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July 20, 2011, 03:46:27 PM
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Hey,
I have got another question...

Sometimes I have a GPU load of like 92%.
I am linux user and I discovered that the mining process (#ps u) "python ./phoenix.py ..." uses about 10% cpu load when this happens.
I can kill the process and restart mining on that gpu. It is not a lock-up.
But again, the load of one GPU ist around 92% while the other GPUs are at 99% and python uses 10% CPU load.

Does anyone have experience with this?  I can't fugure out why the python process  uses so much CPU time...
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