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December 29, 2011, 01:26:25 AM
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where whitespace to the right of any ":" or "|" or "/" is subject to being used for digits as necessary.
What happens if you have 11 GPUs ...

(Edit: and who has a GPU that can hash above 999.9?)

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December 29, 2011, 01:31:51 AM
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where whitespace to the right of any ":" or "|" or "/" is subject to being used for digits as necessary.
What happens if you have 11 GPUs ...

Good catch... Make that:

where whitespace to the right of any "GPU" or ":" or "|" or "/" is subject to being used for digits as necessary.
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December 29, 2011, 01:44:06 AM
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How are rejects for everyone now with the new code? They should be the lowest ever.

Looks the same for me but I always had low rejects using Bitminter pool & cgminer (<0.1%). 
0.1% sounds good.

There will only be a difference in this release if multipool is set up, and more so if you have switched from  your primary pool.

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December 29, 2011, 07:20:43 AM
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Watching (because I'm using cgminer).

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December 29, 2011, 07:28:22 AM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more

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December 29, 2011, 07:42:36 AM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.

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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.
"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank

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December 29, 2011, 07:49:15 AM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.
"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank
Oh windows... I'm sorry

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December 29, 2011, 07:54:32 AM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.
"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank
Oh windows... I'm sorry
*snickers* Yeah...
I just cant bring myself to Linux, I've seen so many Collossally amazing things done Via linux,
BUT ALL THE COMMAND LINES, Fuck it'd be like relearning all of computers again x.x

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December 29, 2011, 08:37:19 AM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.
"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank
Oh windows... I'm sorry
*snickers* Yeah...
I just cant bring myself to Linux, I've seen so many Collossally amazing things done Via linux,
BUT ALL THE COMMAND LINES, Fuck it'd be like relearning all of computers again x.x
I've seen cars do some awesome things, but ALL THOSE PEDALS, Fuck I'll stick with my horse. :p

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December 29, 2011, 09:36:40 AM
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Well at least I know it's not my code at fault. Shame though...

Not necessarily implying your code is at fault, but a data point:  here, no seg fault with 2.0.8, seg fault with 2.1.0, no driver change.  Catalyst 11.6, Ubuntu 11.04.

Can you, in whatever command line window, set "ulimit -c unlimited", then execute a new instance of cgminer and quit that at once (it should print something like "segmentation violation: core dumped"). You can do that without stopping any other running cgminer instances you may have.
There should then be a file called "core" in whatever directory you're in.
After this, execute "gdb path/to/cgminer core" and in gdb first execute "bt" and then "bt full", and post the results here?

My suspicion is/was that cgminer now triggers some bug in the AMD opencl driver which it didn't before, but if it is only a catalyst problem, it should occur for ckolivas, too (assuming he still uses 11.6).

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December 29, 2011, 10:26:07 AM
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"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank

Start command prompt (Run -> cmd) and then type or paste in (right-click -> paste, Ctrl + V doesn't work) the filepath for cgminer.exe, then add all the tags (-o (for pool address and port), -u (for worker name), -p (worker password)). It shouldn't close even if something goes wrong, so you'll see what message it gives you.

Regarding the Q bug - it wasn't present on my system in version 2.0.8.
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December 29, 2011, 03:28:11 PM
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Well at least I know it's not my code at fault. Shame though...

Not necessarily implying your code is at fault, but a data point:  here, no seg fault with 2.0.8, seg fault with 2.1.0, no driver change.  Catalyst 11.6, Ubuntu 11.04.

Can you, in whatever command line window, set "ulimit -c unlimited", then execute a new instance of cgminer and quit that at once (it should print something like "segmentation violation: core dumped"). You can do that without stopping any other running cgminer instances you may have.
There should then be a file called "core" in whatever directory you're in.
After this, execute "gdb path/to/cgminer core" and in gdb first execute "bt" and then "bt full", and post the results here?

My suspicion is/was that cgminer now triggers some bug in the AMD opencl driver which it didn't before, but if it is only a catalyst problem, it should occur for ckolivas, too (assuming he still uses 11.6).
His miner isn't working at the moment so he can't get ANY OpenCL to run or crash.
I succeeded in getting it to crash today and yep it was in the ATI driver when it crashed - after all the shutdown code had completed also.

Edit: however, who cares? Smiley
My last 6h 21m 45s (only 724.63MHs) of hashing = 3786 Shares Accepted, 1 Rejected
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I also have the option "--submit-stale" enabled so that makes that number truly amazing IMO.
(and I'm mining 2 pools not just 1)

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December 29, 2011, 04:08:21 PM
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Can you, in whatever command line window, set "ulimit -c unlimited", then execute a new instance of cgminer and quit that at once (it should print something like "segmentation violation: core dumped"). You can do that without stopping any other running cgminer instances you may have.
There should then be a file called "core" in whatever directory you're in.
After this, execute "gdb path/to/cgminer core" and in gdb first execute "bt" and then "bt full", and post the results here?

My suspicion is/was that cgminer now triggers some bug in the AMD opencl driver which it didn't before, but if it is only a catalyst problem, it should occur for ckolivas, too (assuming he still uses 11.6).

This is not what you wanted; gdb complains about the core file; something's missing:

Code:
brec@ubuntu:~/miners/cgminer$ ulimit -c unlimited
brec@ubuntu:~/miners/cgminer$ ./start.sh
[2011-12-29 08:05:59] Started cgminer 2.1.0
[2011-12-29 08:06:01] Long-polling activated for http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009/LP
[2011-12-29 08:06:05] Accepted 00000000.2d99f6fd.75adf0e9 GPU 2 thread 2 pool 2
GPU2 39.5C 4499RPM | (5s):331.7 (avg):7717.5 Mh/s | A:1 R:0 HW:0 U:600.00/m I:9
[2011-12-29 08:06:05] Accepted 00000000.dc0e6fa8.92e05d8a GPU 0 thread 0 pool 0
GPU0 39.5C 4530RPM | (5s):333.8 (avg):11744.1 Mh/s | A:1 R:0 HW:0 U:600.00/m I:9
[2011-12-29 08:06:06] Accepted 00000000.0571fbb8.8357d774 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
GPU3 36.5C | (5s):331.9 (avg):7717.5 Mh/s | A:1 R:0 HW:0 U:600.00/m I:9
q[2011-12-29 08:06:08] Accepted 00000000.d380e8b8.604fe453 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
GPU3 37.0C | (5s):337.0 (avg):292.9 Mh/s | A:2 R:0 HW:0 U:22.77/m I:9
[2011-12-29 08:06:08] Accepted 00000000.f779248b.8d5528c7 GPU 2 thread 2 pool 2
GPU2 41.5C 4483RPM | (5s):464.4 (avg):394.7 Mh/s | A:2 R:0 HW:0 U:22.77/m I:9
[2011-12-29 08:06:10] Accepted 00000000.d086e605.b674ab68 GPU 2 thread 2 pool 2
GPU2 42.5C 4499RPM | (5s):385.0 (avg):471.1 Mh/s | A:3 R:0 HW:0 U:34.15/m I:9
./start.sh: line 5: 23833 Segmentation fault      (core dumped) DISPLAY=:0 cgminer -c cgminer.conf 2> logs/$now.log
brec@ubuntu:~/miners/cgminer$ gdb core
GNU gdb (Ubuntu/Linaro 7.2-1ubuntu11) 7.2
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License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.  Type "show copying"
and "show warranty" for details.
This GDB was configured as "x86_64-linux-gnu".
For bug reporting instructions, please see:
<http://www.gnu.org/software/gdb/bugs/>...
"/home/brec/miners/cgminer/core": not in executable format: File format not recognized
(gdb) bt
No stack.
(gdb) bt full
No stack.
(gdb) q
brec@ubuntu:~/miners/cgminer$
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December 29, 2011, 04:29:25 PM
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His miner isn't working at the moment so he can't get ANY OpenCL to run or crash.
I succeeded in getting it to crash today and yep it was in the ATI driver when it crashed - after all the shutdown code had completed also.

Edit: however, who cares? Smiley
My last 6h 21m 45s (only 724.63MHs) of hashing = 3786 Shares Accepted, 1 Rejected
That's an all time low score record for me! (0.0264%)
I also have the option "--submit-stale" enabled so that makes that number truly amazing IMO.
(and I'm mining 2 pools not just 1)
I am experiencing the crash on Fedora 15 as well, and the only thing changed is the cgminer version.  I agree that it wouldn't matter if it always happened after the shutdown code completed, however, it happened before the shutdown code completed the second time I experienced it, so I couldn't see how many shares I had submitted.
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December 29, 2011, 04:56:03 PM
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Another voice added to the increasing murmur:

In response to Q, after normal/complete console and log output:

./start.sh: line 5:  9166 Segmentation fault      DISPLAY=:0 cgminer -c cgminer.conf 2> logs/$now.log

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Any theories on the cause of what appears to be cgminer having (local?) network problems?  Happened last night, and now again this morning:

Code:
[2011-12-29 09:46:52] Accepted 00000000.a0bf4654.94714775 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:46:58] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:47:58] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:47:58] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332
[2011-12-29 09:48:58] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:48:58] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:8337
[2011-12-29 09:49:01] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:49:01] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009
[2011-12-29 09:49:02] Accepted 00000000.6915c4de.1b4acb74 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:03] Accepted 00000000.f54a17f3.32ece704 GPU 5 thread 5 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:07] Accepted 00000000.a0003913.1626779d GPU 0 thread 6 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:09] Accepted 00000000.465ce7fb.718e4acc GPU 5 thread 11 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:16] Accepted 00000000.58d77f42.bef28808 GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:18] Accepted 00000000.84cee0bb.9d43aace GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:19] Accepted 00000000.fe8275f7.1ca5412f GPU 0 thread 0 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:20] Accepted 00000000.ed87b5a5.d8fc090f GPU 4 thread 10 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:20] Accepted 00000000.dc194076.cddaacb7 GPU 3 thread 9 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:21] Accepted 00000000.8aba68ca.c411018b GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:21] Accepted 00000000.609dc9e5.1d701995 GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:24] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:50:00] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:50:01] Accepted 00000000.b5522916.a9a8a0ff GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:01] Accepted 00000000.4d727b6d.632ca6f4 GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:02] Accepted 00000000.c0b9e39e.732ba27e GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:09] Accepted 00000000.43da3a83.596c43fa GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:24] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:50:24] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332
[2011-12-29 09:51:24] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:51:24] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:8337
[2011-12-29 09:51:25] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:51:25] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009
[2011-12-29 09:51:26] Accepted 00000000.a2b4c83c.08deaaac GPU 5 thread 11 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:27] Accepted 00000000.0bebdd83.fb22d959 GPU 0 thread 6 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:29] Accepted 00000000.0f5b8837.9178ea4d GPU 3 thread 9 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:32] Accepted 00000000.aec7150f.f20c87a5 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:35] Accepted 00000000.647f79f8.b1d211b5 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:42] Accepted 00000000.1d0fa3d1.aeab3246 GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:42] Accepted 00000000.b3628777.c0d3a873 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:43] Accepted 00000000.980c2a93.b41279d2 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:45] Accepted 00000000.ff673ce4.5462f55e GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:46] Accepted 00000000.641d115f.d7e20fdf GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Accepted 00000000.0de159a2.c5803fe1 GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Accepted 00000000.b8f6c764.27652b20 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:52:27] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:52:28] Accepted 00000000.c8a03715.5a2c1794 GPU 1 thread 1 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:52:30] Accepted 00000000.d3f0b543.dae558e3 GPU 1 thread 1 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:52:48] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:52:48] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332

During the above period, web browsing from another system on the LAN seemed normally snappy.  Last night, I couldn't find any evidence that Eclipse was down, but I added BitMinter as a backup.  That (based on above) indicates it's not a pool problem.

I (Q)uit cgminer, but that didn't yield me a console prompt.  Ctrl-C was merely echoed as ^C with no other effect.  So I rebooted and now all seems normal.
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December 29, 2011, 06:41:13 PM
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Any theories on the cause of what appears to be cgminer having (local?) network problems?  Happened last night, and now again this morning:

Code:
[2011-12-29 09:46:52] Accepted 00000000.a0bf4654.94714775 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:46:58] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:47:58] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:47:58] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332
[2011-12-29 09:48:58] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:48:58] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:8337
[2011-12-29 09:49:01] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:49:01] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009
[2011-12-29 09:49:02] Accepted 00000000.6915c4de.1b4acb74 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:03] Accepted 00000000.f54a17f3.32ece704 GPU 5 thread 5 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:07] Accepted 00000000.a0003913.1626779d GPU 0 thread 6 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:09] Accepted 00000000.465ce7fb.718e4acc GPU 5 thread 11 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:16] Accepted 00000000.58d77f42.bef28808 GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:18] Accepted 00000000.84cee0bb.9d43aace GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:19] Accepted 00000000.fe8275f7.1ca5412f GPU 0 thread 0 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:20] Accepted 00000000.ed87b5a5.d8fc090f GPU 4 thread 10 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:20] Accepted 00000000.dc194076.cddaacb7 GPU 3 thread 9 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:21] Accepted 00000000.8aba68ca.c411018b GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:21] Accepted 00000000.609dc9e5.1d701995 GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:49:24] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:50:00] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:50:01] Accepted 00000000.b5522916.a9a8a0ff GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:01] Accepted 00000000.4d727b6d.632ca6f4 GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:02] Accepted 00000000.c0b9e39e.732ba27e GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:09] Accepted 00000000.43da3a83.596c43fa GPU 5 thread 11 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:50:24] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:50:24] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332
[2011-12-29 09:51:24] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:51:24] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:8337
[2011-12-29 09:51:25] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:51:25] Switching to http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009
[2011-12-29 09:51:26] Accepted 00000000.a2b4c83c.08deaaac GPU 5 thread 11 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:27] Accepted 00000000.0bebdd83.fb22d959 GPU 0 thread 6 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:29] Accepted 00000000.0f5b8837.9178ea4d GPU 3 thread 9 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:32] Accepted 00000000.aec7150f.f20c87a5 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:35] Accepted 00000000.647f79f8.b1d211b5 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:42] Accepted 00000000.1d0fa3d1.aeab3246 GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:42] Accepted 00000000.b3628777.c0d3a873 GPU 3 thread 3 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:43] Accepted 00000000.980c2a93.b41279d2 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:45] Accepted 00000000.ff673ce4.5462f55e GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:46] Accepted 00000000.641d115f.d7e20fdf GPU 4 thread 4 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Accepted 00000000.0de159a2.c5803fe1 GPU 2 thread 8 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Pool 0 not providing work fast enough
[2011-12-29 09:51:48] Accepted 00000000.b8f6c764.27652b20 GPU 1 thread 7 pool 0
[2011-12-29 09:52:27] Pool 1 http://mint.bitminter.com:8332 recovered
[2011-12-29 09:52:28] Accepted 00000000.c8a03715.5a2c1794 GPU 1 thread 1 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:52:30] Accepted 00000000.d3f0b543.dae558e3 GPU 1 thread 1 pool 1
[2011-12-29 09:52:48] Pool 0 http://us.eclipsemc.com:9009 not responding!
[2011-12-29 09:52:48] Switching to http://mint.bitminter.com:8332

During the above period, web browsing from another system on the LAN seemed normally snappy.  Last night, I couldn't find any evidence that Eclipse was down, but I added BitMinter as a backup.  That (based on above) indicates it's not a pool problem.

I (Q)uit cgminer, but that didn't yield me a console prompt.  Ctrl-C was merely echoed as ^C with no other effect.  So I rebooted and now all seems normal.

I get similar behavior when I load balance.  I also saw this with 2.0.8 when load balancing.

But pressing Q always worked for me, as well as it works in Windoze that is.
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I get similar behavior when I load balance.  I also saw this with 2.0.8 when load balancing.

I should mention that I'm using:

"failover-only" : true,
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December 29, 2011, 07:44:13 PM
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Uggh, Alright, Im in, I'll use the epic CGminer without a GUI.

It's just such a pain in the ass to learn a new dictionary of commandlines
is thier a lovely noobfriendly guide? Or is it simple enough to figure out with the info provided on the front page
i need to read more
cgminer's command line was way easier for me to pickup than some of the other miners I tried.  You can also build the config completely inside the miner and not worry about flags. I highly recommend using a config over starting cgminer with a ton of flags.
"Q: GUI version?
A: No. The RPC interface makes it possible for someone else to write one
though."

Yeaaahhhh thats where im going to need help. So far, After i hit enter when i fill in my pass the whole CGminer window (win764bit) just spews Something down then goes Blank
Oh windows... I'm sorry
*snickers* Yeah...
I just cant bring myself to Linux, I've seen so many Collossally amazing things done Via linux,
BUT ALL THE COMMAND LINES, Fuck it'd be like relearning all of computers again x.x
I've seen cars do some awesome things, but ALL THOSE PEDALS, Fuck I'll stick with my horse. :p
LOL Great analogy, But you dont have a car, You have a bike, But yes, I do have a horse.
Anyone else had this problem with CGminer? I'd really like to use it, But it just keeps going Black

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