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November 22, 2013, 07:27:24 AM
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Hey.  As a newb I can't actually post in the relevant thread so I'm posting here in hopes to get some visibility.

BFGMiner used to run rather nicely for me with no hiccups. Recently however I've been seeing my miner fail after a couple hours of running. I have debug on but the error always just barfs to the screen. I've put the output in pastebin to not clutter up the post:

http://pastebin.com/rVN2vZLP

Here is my cmd line run less username/passwords:

Code:
sudo /home/muh/repos/bfgminer/bfgminer --debuglog --log-file /home/muh/btc.log -o http://api.bitcoin.cz:8332 -u 1.worker1 -p x -o http://us1.eclipsemc.com:8337 -u 1 -p x -o http://us2.eclipsemc.com:8337 -u 1 -p x -o http://us3.eclipsemc.com:8337 -u 1 -p x

The last 10 lines in btc.log:

Code:
[2013-11-21 21:58:13] initiate_stratum with sockbuf=0x7f3034015d30
 [2013-11-21 21:58:13] Testing pool http://us1.eclipsemc.com:8337
 [2013-11-21 21:58:13] BFL 0a: Flushed 8 jobs from device and 0 from driver (queued<=8)
 [2013-11-21 21:58:13] BFL 0a: Received 0 queue results on poll (max=16)
 [2013-11-21 21:58:13] BFL 0a: Popping work from get queue to get work
 [2013-11-21 21:58:15] 5s:30.14 avg:32.66 u:31.59 Gh/s | A:1129 R:16+4(1.4%) HW:289/1.5%
 [2013-11-21 21:58:19] Pool 0 stratum session id: ae6812eb4cd7735a302a8a9dd95cf71f
 [2013-11-21 21:58:19] Pool 0 stratum bdifficulty set to 3.000000
 [2013-11-21 21:58:19] Received stratum notify from pool 0 with job_id=16cde
 [2013-11-21 21:58:20] Stratum authorisation success for pool 0

This is seriously disheartening. I've tried using cgminer but that doesn't even seem to recognize my BFL miner. I'd appreciate some input. Thanks in advance.
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