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October 21, 2012, 08:33:49 PM
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Put the stratum URL in without any prefix in the config file.

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October 21, 2012, 08:37:59 PM
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I don't seem to be able to see a v2.8.4 tag in git - can I just assume that the tip of the master branch is at 2.8.4?

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My bad. On this occasion it was at the commit with the version number. Uploaded tag now.

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I keep having problems with 2.8.4 freezing.  It doesn't give any errors, it just stops, like someone hit the pause button.  Sometimes it'll go for days before it happens, sometimes it'll go a few hours.  This one points to p2pool, running on windows 7.  I have two other machines with 2.8.4 on it, and they don't seem to have the problem.  However, one of the machines is unstable (windows 8 preview) and tends to reboot of its own accord.  The other is my main workstation and cgminer gets shut down fairly often there.

Also, I'm confused by the new output on 2.8.4 that shows the difficulty found vs difficult desired.  I'm guessing the pools don't care about it, and they credit you for what's desired, not what's given?  Otherwise if you hit the magic number and found a block, they'd be crediting you a whole lot, which they don't do.

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October 22, 2012, 01:15:20 AM
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I keep having problems with 2.8.4 freezing.  It doesn't give any errors, it just stops, like someone hit the pause button.  Sometimes it'll go for days before it happens, sometimes it'll go a few hours.  This one points to p2pool, running on windows 7.  I have two other machines with 2.8.4 on it, and they don't seem to have the problem.  However, one of the machines is unstable (windows 8 preview) and tends to reboot of its own accord.  The other is my main workstation and cgminer gets shut down fairly often there.

Also, I'm confused by the new output on 2.8.4 that shows the difficulty found vs difficult desired.  I'm guessing the pools don't care about it, and they credit you for what's desired, not what's given?  Otherwise if you hit the magic number and found a block, they'd be crediting you a whole lot, which they don't do.

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Are you  using any stratum pool somewhere in backups or otherwise in the cgminer that fails?

The output diff is purely cosmetic.

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I keep having problems with 2.8.4 freezing.  It doesn't give any errors, it just stops, like someone hit the pause button.  Sometimes it'll go for days before it happens, sometimes it'll go a few hours.  This one points to p2pool, running on windows 7.  I have two other machines with 2.8.4 on it, and they don't seem to have the problem.  However, one of the machines is unstable (windows 8 preview) and tends to reboot of its own accord.  The other is my main workstation and cgminer gets shut down fairly often there.

Also, I'm confused by the new output on 2.8.4 that shows the difficulty found vs difficult desired.  I'm guessing the pools don't care about it, and they credit you for what's desired, not what's given?  Otherwise if you hit the magic number and found a block, they'd be crediting you a whole lot, which they don't do.

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Are you  using any stratum pool somewhere in backups or otherwise in the cgminer that fails?

The output diff is purely cosmetic.

I don't think so.  I have p2pool, ozcoin, emc, and 50btc there.  But I see what you're thinking.  Let me remove emc and 50btc.

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I keep having problems with 2.8.4 freezing.  It doesn't give any errors, it just stops, like someone hit the pause button.  Sometimes it'll go for days before it happens, sometimes it'll go a few hours.  This one points to p2pool, running on windows 7.  I have two other machines with 2.8.4 on it, and they don't seem to have the problem.  However, one of the machines is unstable (windows 8 preview) and tends to reboot of its own accord.  The other is my main workstation and cgminer gets shut down fairly often there.

Also, I'm confused by the new output on 2.8.4 that shows the difficulty found vs difficult desired.  I'm guessing the pools don't care about it, and they credit you for what's desired, not what's given?  Otherwise if you hit the magic number and found a block, they'd be crediting you a whole lot, which they don't do.

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Are you  using any stratum pool somewhere in backups or otherwise in the cgminer that fails?

The output diff is purely cosmetic.

I don't think so.  I have p2pool, ozcoin, emc, and 50btc there.  But I see what you're thinking.  Let me remove emc and 50btc.

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No, neither of those are stratum pools so should not be affected directly by stratum code.

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October 22, 2012, 01:52:03 AM
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Just upgrade3d from 2.7.x to 2.8.x   

Can someone please provide a plain english explination of the "Diff" data in the HW mining lines? eg Diff: 100/25

Thanks in advance

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Even better would be a custom debug build running in gdb but I doubt any of you are up for that  Undecided I'm trying that on my laptop which is the only thing that has windows. Hopefully I don't fry it in the process, but at 10MH/s I also doubt it will recreate the problem.

Sigh. I wish it were only linux...

How do you do that? I tried something a while back but didn't get it working.

What I want to do is run under gdb, save the environment when it crashes, then continue running so that it's not sitting all day locked up.
When you build it, build it without optimisations in the CFLAGS and with the -g option, i.e. CFLAGS="-g -Wall -W" only. Then
gdb cgminer
run [usual cgminer parameters] -T
Running it with -T is a good idea cause gdb spews out other information and corrupts the display when you're using the curses display.

Here's a debug build in case someone is willing to try it:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer.exe

Meanwhile my laptop continues to fry itself but has not crashed with the windows binary. It's probably too slow to even reproduce the problem.

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October 22, 2012, 02:14:34 AM
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Just upgrade3d from 2.7.x to 2.8.x   

Can someone please provide a plain english explination of the "Diff" data in the HW mining lines? eg Diff: 100/25

Thanks in advance
The first number is the difficulty of the share, the second number is the minimum difficulty accepted by the pool. If the difficulty of the share is higher than the current Bitcoin network difficulty, you found a block.

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October 22, 2012, 02:44:51 AM
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OK - so here the last lines before my cgminer crashed (v2.8.4 on Win7x64).

Note: I lost Internet connection for a few hours - maybe that caused the crash?

[2012-10-22 02:37:39] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1984RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:41] [thread 0: 1174405120 hashes, 210719.1 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:42] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1984RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:44] [thread 1: 1174405120 hashes, 210681.4 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:45] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1983RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Reusing stratum work
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum merkle 21fccc1ae2762046362be1c31c71a92c40ce2a82dd4ccf81e6c96f4c218980c1

 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum header 000000021cc6ab9ee271679f7e235158cdc5dfa57fad35ffa0554412000000c50000000021fccc1 a
e2762046362be1c31c71a92c40ce2a82dd4ccf81e6c96f4c218980c15084950a1a0575ef0000000 0000000800000000000000000000000000000000000000000
000000000000000000000000000000000000000080020000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Work job_id 23349 nonce2 46000000 ntime 5084950a
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated target 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff00000000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Reusing stratum work
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum merkle 12962fdf3b3660e6e478991e90540812fd076649ad1040cde70d48d00e193d6b

 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum header 000000021cc6ab9ee271679f7e235158cdc5dfa57fad35ffa0554412000000c50000000012962fd f
3b3660e6e478991e90540812fd076649ad1040cde70d48d00e193d6b5084950a1a0575ef0000000 0000000800000000000000000000000000000000000000000
000000000000000000000000000000000000000080020000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Work job_id 23349 nonce2 47000000 ntime 5084950a
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated target 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff00000000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] [thread 0: 1207959552 hashes, 209158.4 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:48] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1983RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 04:38:48] Work stale due to expiry
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October 22, 2012, 02:54:41 AM
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OK - so here the last lines before my cgminer crashed (v2.8.4 on Win7x64).

Note: I lost Internet connection for a few hours - maybe that caused the crash?
Code:
[2012-10-22 02:37:39] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1984RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:41] [thread 0: 1174405120 hashes, 210719.1 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:42] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1984RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:44] [thread 1: 1174405120 hashes, 210681.4 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:45] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1983RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Reusing stratum work
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum merkle 21fccc1ae2762046362be1c31c71a92c40ce2a82dd4ccf81e6c96f4c218980c1

 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum header 000000021cc6ab9ee271679f7e235158cdc5dfa57fad35ffa0554412000000c50000000021fccc1a
e2762046362be1c31c71a92c40ce2a82dd4ccf81e6c96f4c218980c15084950a1a0575ef00000000000000800000000000000000000000000000000000000000
000000000000000000000000000000000000000080020000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Work job_id 23349 nonce2 46000000 ntime 5084950a
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated target 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff00000000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Reusing stratum work
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum merkle 12962fdf3b3660e6e478991e90540812fd076649ad1040cde70d48d00e193d6b

 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated stratum header 000000021cc6ab9ee271679f7e235158cdc5dfa57fad35ffa0554412000000c50000000012962fdf
3b3660e6e478991e90540812fd076649ad1040cde70d48d00e193d6b5084950a1a0575ef00000000000000800000000000000000000000000000000000000000
000000000000000000000000000000000000000080020000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Work job_id 23349 nonce2 47000000 ntime 5084950a
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] Generated target 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000ffff00000000
 [2012-10-22 02:37:46] [thread 0: 1207959552 hashes, 209158.4 khash/sec]
 [2012-10-22 02:37:48] 64.0 C  F: 55%(1983RPM)  E: 940MHz  M: 200Mhz  V: 1.175V  A: 99%  P: 0%
 [2012-10-22 04:38:48] Work stale due to expiry
C:\bitcoin\cgminer-2.8.4-win32>
Not exactly revealing of anything :\ Was there a relationship time-wise with the internet connection going down/up and the crash time?

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October 22, 2012, 03:45:00 AM
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Just upgrade3d from 2.7.x to 2.8.x   

Can someone please provide a plain english explination of the "Diff" data in the HW mining lines? eg Diff: 100/25

Thanks in advance

It is right in the README file included with Cgminer...

"The 2 diff values are the actual difficulty target that share reached followed by the difficulty target the pool is currently asking for."

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Ok so what I've done to try and help debug this is I've built a special windows build of cgminer that uses a special dll to help print out the backtrace if it crashes that should help me find where it's crashing.

To use it, grab the following 2 files:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer.exe
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/backtrace.dll

and put them into a regular 2.8.4 windows directory. Start it as you normally would, but with the -T option otherwise the display gets corrupted when the program exits, and if it crashes while mining stratum, send me what is output when it crashes please!
Meh doesn't seem to do what it's advertised as doing... sigh need to think of another strategy.

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I am running the debug cgminer 2.8.4 on my Win7 machine for about a day now without any problems. It is connected to Slush's Pool via stratum and it has an Nvidia card so it's about 110Mh/s and it it also used for games.

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October 22, 2012, 06:26:32 PM
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Put the stratum URL in without any prefix in the config file.

Without the prefix:

Code:
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"url" : "api-stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333",
...
"url" : "stratum.btcguild.com:9332",

I get:

Code:
0: Enabled Alive Priority 0: http://api-stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 ...
1: Enabled Alive Priority 1: http://stratum.btcguild.com:9332 ...

So this seems to work now. Only the http:// prefix in the user interface is misleading.
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What are the limitations of miner.php when used on a webhost (such as bluehost, hostgator, etc.) ? [I am familiar with php btw]

I was thinking that first of all, I have to set api-allow to the host's shared IP to my config file, or allow all.

2nd: I have to forward public port 4028 on my router to my rig's internal ip address and private port. (in this case it's the same port as the public one)

3rd: I have to instruct miner.php to look at my public IP address:port.
 line 45:
$rigs = array('<my ip>:4028:QUADMINER');

4th: Huh

5th: PROFIT!

I am having an error...
Error getting device list: ERR: socket connect(<my ip>,4028) failed 'Operation now in progress'

error_log shows
Code:
[22-Oct-2012 14:32:59] PHP Warning:  socket_connect() [<a href='function.socket-connect'>function.socket-connect</a>]: unable to connect [115]: Operation now in progress in /home2/<username>/public_html/test/miner.php on line 315

line 315 has
$res socket_connect($socket$addr$port);

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October 22, 2012, 09:41:30 PM
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What are the limitations of miner.php when used on a webhost (such as bluehost, hostgator, etc.) ? [I am familiar with php btw]

I was thinking that first of all, I have to set api-allow to the host's shared IP to my config file, or allow all.
... as per API-README - you say in cgminer what IP addresses are allowed to access cgminer.
Then in miner.php you say the IP:port:randomshortname of the cgminer
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2nd: I have to forward public port 4028 on my router to my rig's internal ip address and private port. (in this case it's the same port as the public one)

3rd: I have to instruct miner.php to look at my public IP address:port.
 line 45:
$rigs = array('<my ip>:4028:QUADMINER');

4th: Huh

5th: PROFIT!

I am having an error...
Error getting device list: ERR: socket connect(<my ip>,4028) failed 'Operation now in progress'

error_log shows
Code:
[22-Oct-2012 14:32:59] PHP Warning:  socket_connect() [<a href='function.socket-connect'>function.socket-connect</a>]: unable to connect [115]: Operation now in progress in /home2/<username>/public_html/test/miner.php on line 315

line 315 has
$res socket_connect($socket$addr$port);
... as per the README FAQ ... it means sockets are either disabled on not installed in your PHP
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October 22, 2012, 10:31:43 PM
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I notice that i am getting many more rejected shares now that im using 2.8.4 compared to 2.7.5. I usualy get about 10 rejected shares per 20 000 accepted shares. Now with 2.8.4 ive gotten 200
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October 22, 2012, 10:39:04 PM
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... as per API-README - you say in cgminer what IP addresses are allowed to access cgminer.
Then in miner.php you say the IP:port:randomshortname of the cgminer
Yeah, I forgot to mention that I did that. I set the allowed addresses in the config file, and as you saw below that statement, I added it to miner.php.

... as per the README FAQ ... it means sockets are either disabled on not installed in your PHP
There is a link in the FAQ.

That's the part I can't figure out.

Code:
Q: I run PHP on windows to access the API with the example miner.php. Why does
it fail when php is installed properly but I only get errors about Sockets not
working in the logs?
A: http://us.php.net/manual/en/sockets.installation.php
 

I am not running PHP on windows. I have bluehost, and they use apache.  Visiting that link doesn't help me. I don't know what this means, or how to do it:

Code:
The socket functions described here are part of an extension to PHP which must be enabled at compile time by giving the --enable-sockets option to configure.

There's a user note on that page that says you need to uncomment the line that reads
;extension=php_sockets.dll (by removing the semi colon), or if it's not there, to add it.  I don't know where to add it, so I added it to the end.  Still having same error.

So, AS PER THE README FAQ, I am not running php on windows to access the API, so I didn't think it applied.

This is not a priority because I only want to monitor one rig, and I can use CMD.exe to run API calls. (it's just that it doesn't like when I use the pipe, for some reason)

Thanks for your help. Anyone got it working on bluehost? LMK.

I will continue to interface with the google for now.

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