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October 29, 2013, 05:47:07 PM
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log.wtf: What a Terrible Failure: Report an exception that should never happen.
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October 29, 2013, 05:56:33 PM
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Yep, The error will always be logged at level ASSERT with the call stack.

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October 29, 2013, 07:40:38 PM
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Any update for the settings in cgminer for Klondike K16 mining unit? Some of the guys have got them running in Ubuntu but I'm running Win7. I've tried yet I'm missing something.
I tried: -0 http://stratum.btcguild.com:3333 -u username - p x -- usb KLN: 3 --enable-klondike16
Here's an updated build (untested) containing the latest klondike support  build into the windows binary (do not use --enable-klondike16, that's a BUILD option, not a RUN option)

http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-nogpu.exe


No go, I get;  WTF RDLOCK ERROR ON LOCK!  errno=0 in driver -- klondike.c klondike_get_replies<> :971

Try redownloading, kano fixed that seconds after the first time I uploaded it. The WTF is something I put there myself.

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October 29, 2013, 07:44:11 PM
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Sorry if you'd like to have the good news to a minimum but I just got 2 more eroupters and other than having to unplug and replug in they were recognized they were recognized without a full pc restart after it installing drivers with the new zadig. I was so happy I didn't have to unplug every device to get it to start seeing the new devices.

I don't expect to test the driver unplug method again unless I find a great deal on a hub to expand my small herd of eroupters but I just thought I'd mention I noticed it with 3.6.6 played nicer than previous version with zadig and WinUSB.

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October 29, 2013, 07:58:20 PM
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Sorry if you'd like to have the good news to a minimum but I just got 2 more eroupters and other than having to unplug and replug in they were recognized they were recognized without a full pc restart after it installing drivers with the new zadig. I was so happy I didn't have to unplug every device to get it to start seeing the new devices.

I don't expect to test the driver unplug method again unless I find a great deal on a hub to expand my small herd of eroupters but I just thought I'd mention I noticed it with 3.6.6 played nicer than previous version with zadig and WinUSB.
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October 29, 2013, 08:24:10 PM
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So, "chop10" still looks the most promising from an end-user point of view

Same here, so far - no anomalies after almost two hours. I haven't tried pps32 yet.

Edit: Spoke too soon, AMU7 went zombie about 3 hours in. I'll switch to pps32 now.

Edit: pps32 failed early. I watched an LED stay on and saw the hashrate for AMU12 creep down to zero after only about 8 minutes. Replugged it and it got reassigned to AMU13 and the hashrate crept back up. The run continues.

Edit: AMU10 went zombie under pps32 after about 1.5 hours. Replugged OK and it got reassigned to AMU14.

Edit: After 3.3 hours total (unattended for a while) I found AMU9 had gone zombie and AMU7 had gone to zero. I'll keep the run going.



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http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-chop1.exe

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October 29, 2013, 08:56:52 PM
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Can I post quick thought? Do you know it seems you have the threads preset where they go? I wanted to see what cores I was using for cgminer and when I went to set affinity where I think they are set it said "Access Denied" and something much have crashed for a second since when I click o.k it saw the please wait logo spinning. Its probably since I run cgminer as admin but I thought I'd share it since its the first time I've knowingly seen I couldn't set cpu usage for a program.


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October 29, 2013, 09:16:40 PM
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Any update for the settings in cgminer for Klondike K16 mining unit? Some of the guys have got them running in Ubuntu but I'm running Win7. I've tried yet I'm missing something.
I tried: -0 http://stratum.btcguild.com:3333 -u username - p x -- usb KLN: 3 --enable-klondike16
Here's an updated build (untested) containing the latest klondike support  build into the windows binary (do not use --enable-klondike16, that's a BUILD option, not a RUN option)

http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-nogpu.exe


No go, I get;  WTF RDLOCK ERROR ON LOCK!  errno=0 in driver -- klondike.c klondike_get_replies<> :971

Try redownloading, kano fixed that seconds after the first time I uploaded it. The WTF is something I put there myself.

ReDownLoading 3 times. Still WTF RDLOCK ERROR ON LOCK!  Do you have a new link for http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-nogpu.exe?

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October 29, 2013, 09:43:44 PM
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Cwa16 test started, fine so far. The pps32 test went a few more hours with occasional zombies restarted. I figured the details weren't remarkable.

Zombie on AMU12, 20 minutes in to the cwa16 text, followed quickly by four more. Arguably the least promising of the recent candidates. I'll switch to chop1 now.

Edit: the chop1 test is interesting. No failures yet, one hour in. From time to time random LEDs put on a festive but somewhat scary display, for many seconds, often four or five at a time.
Also, the hash rate reported soars randomly from time to time, no apparent correlation with the LED lights. An AMU will show well over 400, sometimes well over 500 Mh/s, then slowly drift back to a normal 333 or so. I don't recall seeing this behavior before, but perhaps I've just missed it. The test continues.

 
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October 29, 2013, 11:15:23 PM
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ReDownLoading 3 times. Still WTF RDLOCK ERROR ON LOCK!  Do you have a new link for http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-nogpu.exe?
Ah this is a different issue. Will notify you when a new binary is available.

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October 29, 2013, 11:20:04 PM
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Thank You ckolivas  Smiley   Some of the guys are running CGMiner in Linux and mining away. I'm running Win7 (64bit).   Jesse11

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October 29, 2013, 11:30:24 PM
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Hi Mr. Ckolivas.  I have a KnC Saturn with the new 0.98 firmware which includes your new CGMiner for KnC.  Everytime I restart CGMiner via the web interface, and then quickly start a screen session so I can see the startup, I see the warning "Error in configuration file, partially loaded.".  If I start cgminer by hand with '-T -D', I see this error:

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[2013-10-29 23:20:43] Invalid config option --api-network: Invalid value

Looking at the config file saved by the KnC WebUI, I see this line:

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as the last line in the file, before the closing brace.  Looks ok to me...  Any idea why I am getting an error here consistently?

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Edit: the chop1 test is interesting. No failures yet, one hour in. From time to time random LEDs put on a festive but somewhat scary display, for many seconds, often four or five at a time.
Also, the hash rate reported soars randomly from time to time, no apparent correlation with the LED lights. An AMU will show well over 400, sometimes well over 500 Mh/s, then slowly drift back to a normal 333 or so. I don't recall seeing this behavior before, but perhaps I've just missed it. The test continues.
Thanks.

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http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlp.exe
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlpcps10.exe

EDIT: Broken, don't bother.

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October 30, 2013, 01:17:10 AM
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Edit: the chop1 test is interesting. No failures yet, one hour in. From time to time random LEDs put on a festive but somewhat scary display, for many seconds, often four or five at a time.
Also, the hash rate reported soars randomly from time to time, no apparent correlation with the LED lights. An AMU will show well over 400, sometimes well over 500 Mh/s, then slowly drift back to a normal 333 or so. I don't recall seeing this behavior before, but perhaps I've just missed it. The test continues.
Thanks.

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http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlp.exe
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlpcps10.exe


The chop1 test is 3+ hours old and no failures yet. It just did something dramatic though - all 13 AMU LEDs came on at about the same time and the BAL fan throttled down and its hash rate dropped somewhat. A few seconds later everything was back to normal. No smoke, no flames, no melted solder - I'll stay with it a while unless it fails.       Smiley
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October 30, 2013, 01:19:08 AM
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Edit: the chop1 test is interesting. No failures yet, one hour in. From time to time random LEDs put on a festive but somewhat scary display, for many seconds, often four or five at a time.
Also, the hash rate reported soars randomly from time to time, no apparent correlation with the LED lights. An AMU will show well over 400, sometimes well over 500 Mh/s, then slowly drift back to a normal 333 or so. I don't recall seeing this behavior before, but perhaps I've just missed it. The test continues.
Thanks.

If you didn't have enough to test, here's 2 more.

http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlp.exe
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlpcps10.exe


The chop1 test is 3+ hours old and no failures yet. It just did something dramatic though - all 13 AMU LEDs came on at about the same time and the BAL fan throttled down and its hash rate dropped somewhat. A few seconds later everything was back to normal. No smoke, no flames, no melted solder - I'll stay with it a while unless it fails.       Smiley
Heh odd. The ZLP is likely a very real fix for an issue though, and hopefully it's a related issue to what's biting you and indirectly fixed with the chop1 executable. It still doesn't sound like normal behaviour even if it hasn't outright failed, though bear in mind a couple of pools are under ddos yet again so that might be related Tongue

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October 30, 2013, 01:25:28 AM
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If its flashing than coming back on , did you notice if it said "new block detected , Pool requests restart". At least when I was using eclipseMC that would completely stop mining and then start back up for each block. Another pool does that but it doesn't restart . Eclipse found so many blocks at one point that I had to switch to another pool or just unplug my eroupters.

That's my easy excuse for the calming fans and lights.

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If its flashing than coming back on , did you notice if it said "new block detected , Pool requests restart". At least when I was using eclipseMC that would completely stop mining and then start back up for each block. Another pool does that but it doesn't restart . Eclipse found so many blocks at one point that I had to switch to another pool or just unplug my eroupters.

That's my easy excuse for the calming fans and lights.

As far as I can tell there has been only one message since startup (in the console window) for this run, and that was when Icarus hotplugged the last AMU. Each of these tests seems to have different patterns at startup. Sometimes they are all quick, sometimes there's a pause after a few, and sometimes it thinks it has to hotplug the last one or two. Anyway - no pool-requested restarts on this run that I know of. I have seen that kind of message in the past though. I've been using Slush for most of these tests, and stats there for my miners look pretty normal, within the usual error factors, I think.

Anyway, thanks for the tip and I'll keep my eyes open for pool restart messages. Another tester has been logging his tests (see upthread), so that might help pin things down too.
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Edit: the chop1 test is interesting. No failures yet, one hour in. From time to time random LEDs put on a festive but somewhat scary display, for many seconds, often four or five at a time.
Also, the hash rate reported soars randomly from time to time, no apparent correlation with the LED lights. An AMU will show well over 400, sometimes well over 500 Mh/s, then slowly drift back to a normal 333 or so. I don't recall seeing this behavior before, but perhaps I've just missed it. The test continues.
Thanks.

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http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlp.exe
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-zlpcps10.exe


The chop1 test is 3+ hours old and no failures yet. It just did something dramatic though - all 13 AMU LEDs came on at about the same time and the BAL fan throttled down and its hash rate dropped somewhat. A few seconds later everything was back to normal. No smoke, no flames, no melted solder - I'll stay with it a while unless it fails.       Smiley
Heh odd. The ZLP is likely a very real fix for an issue though, and hopefully it's a related issue to what's biting you and indirectly fixed with the chop1 executable. It still doesn't sound like normal behaviour even if it hasn't outright failed, though bear in mind a couple of pools are under ddos yet again so that might be related Tongue

OK. I'll set chop1 aside and try zlp next. Chop1 has gone almost 4 hours without failure, but it's lively to watch. I'll probably leave zlp unattended for the next 9 hours or so if it gets off to a good start.

Edit: Yikes - zlp is off to a very bad start. Tons of error messages, but they scroll quickly. Let's see - AMU0 Timeout sendwork took (about 2 seconds) but was (about 1 second) sendwork USB write error 7 LIBUSB_ERR_TIMEOUT - that's about all I can grab while it scrolls. It's all intermingled with "accepted" messages from the BAL unit. I've left it running for now in the hope that it might stabilize.

Edit: Did a quick test of zlpcps10 and got similar errors to zlp. I was in too much of a hurry though and didn't disconnect the hubs between tests, so I should test it again. I'm out of time right now though, so I have set it back to running chop1. I'll check the thread in about 10 hours.

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October 30, 2013, 02:36:39 AM
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Yeah zlp were done blind. Seems they're broken so no one else should bother testing them.

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Next AMU windows test binary:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/temp/cgminer-rs.exe

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