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March 19, 2013, 03:46:17 AM
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Hi guys,

Quick question for you, If I want to use cgminer on a pool that requires a completely different configuration from my normal .conf file, which I want to keep, can I load a separate .conf file at startup from the same/a different folder? If so, what is the command needed to load the required .conf from a specified location? Or, is it a case of saving the original .conf file somewhere for use later and making a new .conf file for the pool that needs a different card setup I want to use cgminer on at that time? Ideally I'd like to just add the new pool to my original .conf file and have it load the different configuration required for that particular pool, but after scanning the readme I can't see how it can be done - or have I missed something?

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cgminer -c conf.foo

That will ignore any other conf file (e.g. the default one)

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March 19, 2013, 10:25:25 AM
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Hi guys,

Quick question for you, If I want to use cgminer on a pool that requires a completely different configuration from my normal .conf file, which I want to keep, can I load a separate .conf file at startup from the same/a different folder? If so, what is the command needed to load the required .conf from a specified location? Or, is it a case of saving the original .conf file somewhere for use later and making a new .conf file for the pool that needs a different card setup I want to use cgminer on at that time? Ideally I'd like to just add the new pool to my original .conf file and have it load the different configuration required for that particular pool, but after scanning the readme I can't see how it can be done - or have I missed something?

Cheers.
cgminer -c conf.foo

That will ignore any other conf file (e.g. the default one)

Ah! That sounds like exactly what I need Kano, thanks man. Do I need to worry about the saved .bin file at all - or will it also ignore that with this command?

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I have posted this before and i am posting it again.

Today i found a block and and cgminer api stats Found Blocks equals to 0. It happened two or three times since my last post about it.

something happened from 2.10.5 onwards

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To all of you who use cgminer - Do you see Found Blocks >0 when you know you have found a block with versions 2.10.5 onward

Thanks!
 

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I have posted this before and i am posting it again.

Today i found a block and and cgminer api stats Found Blocks equals to 0. It happened two or three times since my last post about it.

something happened from 2.10.5 onwards

PS:

To all of you who use cgminer - Do you see Found Blocks >0 when you know you have found a block with versions 2.10.5 onward

Thanks!
 
It's the same counter used to display when you get the exit summary as is used to display it in the API.
Of course, if you zero the stats - that gets zeroed also.

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i use 24 computer to mine, until today no problem at all but this morning the shit hit me hard. when i open cgminer.exe what surprise i have there....... virus: UnclassifiedMalware@1 just say to me that shit dont come with cgminer  Huh

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i use 24 computer to mine, until today no problem at all but this morning the shit hit me hard. when i open cgminer.exe what surprise i have there....... virus: UnclassifiedMalware@1 just say to me that shit dont come with cgminer  Huh

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i use 24 computer to mine, until today no problem at all but this morning the shit hit me hard. when i open cgminer.exe what surprise i have there....... virus: UnclassifiedMalware@1 just say to me that shit dont come with cgminer  Huh

From the README.txt, FAQ Section:

Q: Is this a virus?
A: Cgminer is being packaged with other trojan scripts and some antivirus
software is falsely accusing cgminer.exe as being the actual virus, rather
than whatever it is being packaged with. If you installed cgminer yourself,
then you do not have a virus on your computer. Complain to your antivirus
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March 19, 2013, 01:54:22 PM
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Large difference between cgminer mining speed and mining speed on pool.

First my test configuration:
ubuntu 12.10 x64
AMD HD-5750
gpu-driver catalyst-13.2-beta7-linux-x86
cgminer 2.11.3 (self-compiled)
Pool: litecoinpool

Everything seems to work normal, even if I still didn't optimized the setup.
cgminer starts mining at a relatively constant rate of about 130Kh/s.
The cgminer output look good to me:
 [2013-03-19 14:50:13] Started cgminer 2.11.3
 [2013-03-19 14:50:13] Probing for an alive pool
 [2013-03-19 14:50:13] Long-polling activated for http://litecoinpool.org:9332/LP
 [2013-03-19 14:50:16] Accepted 3f12469b Diff 4/1 GPU 0
 [2013-03-19 14:50:20] Accepted 28f14178 Diff 6/1 GPU 0
 [2013-03-19 14:50:32] Accepted 40203bbe Diff 3/1 GPU 0
 [2013-03-19 14:50:32] Accepted 698335d9 Diff 2/1 GPU 0
 ....

But the mining speed I can see at the pool is only about 13Kh/s, so 1/10 of the expected rate.
It's not only a speed calculation issue, because I traced over a longer period the number of shares the pool received and they are also only about 1/10 of the expected number.
I tried a cpu litecoin mining software, and the speed from the mining software does pretty much match with the pool speed.

Does anyone have this strange effect too, or knows what the reason could be?
  


 
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i use 24 computer to mine, until today no problem at all but this morning the shit hit me hard. when i open cgminer.exe what surprise i have there....... virus: UnclassifiedMalware@1 just say to me that shit dont come with cgminer  Huh

If you search this thread you will probably come up with hundreds of replies about false virus scanner hits.  Email a complaint about the false hit to your antivirus vendor.

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March 19, 2013, 03:01:04 PM
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Guy's

I have posted this before and i am posting it again.

Today i found a block and and cgminer api stats Found Blocks equals to 0. It happened two or three times since my last post about it.

something happened from 2.10.5 onwards

PS:

To all of you who use cgminer - Do you see Found Blocks >0 when you know you have found a block with versions 2.10.5 onward

Thanks!
 
It's the same counter used to display when you get the exit summary as is used to display it in the API.
Of course, if you zero the stats - that gets zeroed also.

Kano,
I have not zeroed the stats. I will check it out on exit when i do upgrade cgminer. I am sure that there is something wrong. Anyway, I will let you know what info i get on exit

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March 19, 2013, 08:44:03 PM
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I am the author of Bitcoin Miners in Tray, a Windows universal front-end for coin miners:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149442.msg1642010#msg1642010
http://stanislavs.org/bitcoin-miners-in-tray-miner-gui-manager/

When testing it with CGMiner, I discovered a bug in how CGMiner outputs lines on stdout. First of all CGMiner needs to be started with -T to disable ncurses, which is fine.

The output on stderr is also written correctly, so that the front-end gets an event after each line that is sent to stderr stream from CGMiner.

stdout, on the other hand is not flushed after each line, so that the front-end gets all text on stdout redirection in one huge chunk at the moment when CGMiner stops and closes its streams.

The only workaround is to use --verbose and read what should have been on stdout from stderr, living with that huge text dump when CGMiner stops.

Could those, who are maintaining CGMiner fix this issue, applying the same writing strategy to stdout as is done to stderr?



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Got to say I have tried loads of other software for mining and this has got to be my favourite Cheesy

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I am the author of Bitcoin Miners in Tray, a Windows universal front-end for coin miners:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149442.msg1642010#msg1642010
http://stanislavs.org/bitcoin-miners-in-tray-miner-gui-manager/

When testing it with CGMiner, I discovered a bug in how CGMiner outputs lines on stdout. First of all CGMiner needs to be started with -T to disable ncurses, which is fine.

The output on stderr is also written correctly, so that the front-end gets an event after each line that is sent to stderr stream from CGMiner.

stdout, on the other hand is not flushed after each line, so that the front-end gets all text on stdout redirection in one huge chunk at the moment when CGMiner stops and closes its streams.

The only workaround is to use --verbose and read what should have been on stdout from stderr, living with that huge text dump when CGMiner stops.

Could those, who are maintaining CGMiner fix this issue, applying the same writing strategy to stdout as is done to stderr?



I run cgminer inside a GUIMiner derivative, and I haven't noticed any problems such as the one you're describing.

Try adding -l 1 (lower-case-L one) to your startup parameters.
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I tried a cpu litecoin mining software, and the speed from the mining software does pretty much match with the pool speed.

Does anyone have this strange effect too, or knows what the reason could be?
 
CPU mining is not supported ...

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March 19, 2013, 09:28:01 PM
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I have posted this before and i am posting it again.

Today i found a block and and cgminer api stats Found Blocks equals to 0. It happened two or three times since my last post about it.

something happened from 2.10.5 onwards

PS:

To all of you who use cgminer - Do you see Found Blocks >0 when you know you have found a block with versions 2.10.5 onward

Thanks!
 
It's the same counter used to display when you get the exit summary as is used to display it in the API.
Of course, if you zero the stats - that gets zeroed also.

Kano,
I have not zeroed the stats. I will check it out on exit when i do upgrade cgminer. I am sure that there is something wrong. Anyway, I will let you know what info i get on exit

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If you check the API and the Summary at the end when you exit, they will be the same.
The variable that stores the block counter is the same one both pieces of code use.

I did notice yesterday that ... 9 months ago Tongue ... ckolivas added a pool block counter that also keeps track of blocks per pool - that I've never added to the API - it's now in my ... todo list Smiley

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March 19, 2013, 10:57:04 PM
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I am the author of Bitcoin Miners in Tray, a Windows universal front-end for coin miners:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149442.msg1642010#msg1642010
http://stanislavs.org/bitcoin-miners-in-tray-miner-gui-manager/

When testing it with CGMiner, I discovered a bug in how CGMiner outputs lines on stdout. First of all CGMiner needs to be started with -T to disable ncurses, which is fine.

The output on stderr is also written correctly, so that the front-end gets an event after each line that is sent to stderr stream from CGMiner.

stdout, on the other hand is not flushed after each line, so that the front-end gets all text on stdout redirection in one huge chunk at the moment when CGMiner stops and closes its streams.

The only workaround is to use --verbose and read what should have been on stdout from stderr, living with that huge text dump when CGMiner stops.

Could those, who are maintaining CGMiner fix this issue, applying the same writing strategy to stdout as is done to stderr?


I run cgminer inside a GUIMiner derivative, and I haven't noticed any problems such as the one you're describing.

Try adding -l 1 (lower-case-L one) to your startup parameters.


Thanks for the tip. Specifying -l 1 starts producing a consistent output. Interestingly, giving any other value than 1 will lock output on stdout until cgminer is stopped, at which time a lot of the output is dumped to the pipe. Something is definitely wrong. Only CGMiner (and pooler's cpuminer, but in that case on stderr) display this problem. poclbm, rpcminer and phoenix seem to work fine.

Here is output with -l 2 (output from my front-end is green, stderr is red, stdout is blue):

19.03.2013 23:49 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Launching 'cgminer.exe --scrypt -o http://coinotron.com:8322 -u user -p pass -I d -T -l 2'
19.03.2013 23:49 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:49:59] Started cgminer 2.11.3
19.03.2013 23:49 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:49:59] Probing for an alive pool
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:02] Long-polling activated for http://coinotron.com:8322/LP

19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Stopping miner...
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Thread 0 being disabled
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09]
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Summary of runtime statistics:
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Started at [2013-03-19 23:50:02]
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Pool: http://coinotron.com:8322
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Runtime: 0 hrs : 0 mins : 6 secs
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Average hashrate: 1.9 Kilohash/s
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Solved blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Best share difficulty: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Queued work requests: 1
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Share submissions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Accepted shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Rejected shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Hardware errors: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Efficiency (accepted / queued): 0%
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Discarded work due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Work items generated locally: 4
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] New blocks detected on network: 1
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Summary of per device statistics:
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] GPU0 (2s):0.000 (avg):1.886Kh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:0 U:0.0/m I: 8

19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:49:59] Started cgminer 2.11.3
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:49:59] Probing for an alive pool
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:02] Long-polling activated for http://coinotron.com:8322/LP
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Thread 0 being disabled
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09]
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Summary of runtime statistics:
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Started at [2013-03-19 23:50:02]
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Pool: http://coinotron.com:8322
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Runtime: 0 hrs : 0 mins : 6 secs
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Average hashrate: 1.9 Kilohash/s
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Solved blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Best share difficulty: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Queued work requests: 1
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Share submissions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Accepted shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Rejected shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Hardware errors: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Efficiency (accepted / queued): 0%
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Discarded work due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Work items generated locally: 4
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] New blocks detected on network: 1
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] Summary of per device statistics:
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:50:09] GPU0 (2s):0.000 (avg):1.886Kh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:0 U:0.0/m I: 8

19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Shutdown signal received.
19.03.2013 23:50 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Miner stopped.


And here is output with -l 1:
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Launching 'cgminer.exe --scrypt -o http://coinotron.com:8322 -u user -p pass -I d -T -l 1'
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:16] Started cgminer 2.11.3
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:16] Probing for an alive pool
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:17] Long-polling activated for http://coinotron.com:8322/LP

19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:16] Started cgminer 2.11.3
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:16] Probing for an alive pool
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:17] Long-polling activated for http://coinotron.com:8322/LP
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):955.0 (avg):1.510Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):1.646K (avg):1.776Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):2.516K (avg):2.193Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):2.436K (avg):2.219Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):2.108K (avg):2.068Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):1.901K (avg):1.962Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m

19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Stopping miner...
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:25] Thread 0 being disabled
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: (1s):1.766K (avg):1.897Kh/s | Q:1  A:0  R:0  HW:0  E:0%  U:0.0/m
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26]
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Summary of runtime statistics:
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Started at [2013-03-19 23:52:17]
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Pool: http://coinotron.com:8322
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Runtime: 0 hrs : 0 mins : 8 secs
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Average hashrate: 1.9 Kilohash/s
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Solved blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Best share difficulty: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Queued work requests: 1
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Share submissions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Accepted shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Rejected shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Hardware errors: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Efficiency (accepted / queued): 0%
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Discarded work due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Work items generated locally: 4
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] New blocks detected on network: 1
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Summary of per device statistics:
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] GPU0 (1s):0.000 (avg):1.897Kh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:0 U:0.0/m I: 8

19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:25] Thread 0 being disabled
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26]
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Summary of runtime statistics:
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Started at [2013-03-19 23:52:17]
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Pool: http://coinotron.com:8322
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Runtime: 0 hrs : 0 mins : 8 secs
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Average hashrate: 1.9 Kilohash/s
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Solved blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Best share difficulty: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Queued work requests: 1
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Share submissions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Accepted shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Rejected shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Accepted difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Rejected difficulty shares: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Hardware errors: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Efficiency (accepted / queued): 0%
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Utility (accepted shares / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Work Utility (diff1 shares solved / min): 0.00/min
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Discarded work due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Stale submissions discarded due to new blocks: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Unable to get work from server occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Work items generated locally: 4
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Submitting work remotely delay occasions: 0
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] New blocks detected on network: 1
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] Summary of per device statistics:
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: [2013-03-19 23:52:26] GPU0 (1s):0.000 (avg):1.897Kh/s | A:0 R:0 HW:0 U:0.0/m I: 8

19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Shutdown signal received.
19.03.2013 23:52 [Litecoin with CGMiner (NVidia)]: Miner stopped.



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March 19, 2013, 11:08:24 PM
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I'm guessing you're talking about windows. Windows does random things with the logging output it seems. Gotta love its (arse)soul.

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I'm guessing you're talking about windows. Windows does random things with the logging output it seems. Gotta love its (arse)soul.

Seems like a dotNet issue, since Python on windows handles it fine.
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I'm guessing you're talking about windows. Windows does random things with the logging output it seems. Gotta love its (arse)soul.

Seems like a dotNet issue, since Python on windows handles it fine.

No dotNet in the posix c code that is cgminer.

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March 20, 2013, 12:21:15 AM
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I'm guessing you're talking about windows. Windows does random things with the logging output it seems. Gotta love its (arse)soul.

Seems like a dotNet issue, since Python on windows handles it fine.

No dotNet in the posix c code that is cgminer.

I'm saying the problem with Nemo's dotNet-based front-end is a dotNet issue, since a GUIMiner, a similar Python/Win32 front-end does not have the same problem.
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