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Old December 22, 2009, 06:39 PM
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I've gone through many so far, only the ones I see now are showing issues, all my affinties are good and settings are good. Gonna nuke em all and restart them hoping for the best.

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also a quick screenie can help a lot. maybe you picked up a special run? fahmon, enable all infos(right click on ppd tab and check as necessary), screenie :



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Old December 22, 2009, 07:02 PM
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I've gone through many so far, only the ones I see now are showing issues, all my affinties are good and settings are good. Gonna nuke em all and restart them hoping for the best.

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Just out of curiosity which monitering program are you using.

When I was using FahSpy it had problems reporting the correct WU, when switching from a 353 to 1888 it would sometimes give a stupid low ppd like ~1153 or something.

By the sound of your 6+hour runtime it sounds more like a 1888 being misreported.

Before you nuke it try stoping and restarting the WU and see if that has any effect...
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Old December 22, 2009, 07:02 PM
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Its the new Core for Uni-Processor screwing things up for GPU's.

Just tested it on Rig #2. Confirmed it with running with and without and it killed GPU PPD.

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woah! but how does it have such an impact? console and tray!
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25-85% of Production is slashed , and that was just running 2 Uni's.
So, until I get myself VMware comfortable, I am going GPU only for the time being.


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You should be able to avoid the new WU's by removing the -advmethods flag from your cpu clients.

This wouldn't happen if you were running SMP...
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You should be able to avoid the new WU's by removing the -advmethods flag from your cpu clients.

This wouldn't happen if you were running SMP...
Noted LCB001, I am going to setup something over the Holiday week to avoid this.
If someone I know can give me a hand lol.

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Old December 23, 2009, 04:36 AM
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Something is still messing up somewhere, it ran 4 hours fine last night and now when I checked them out this morning same bloody issue, except that one of my Rigs couldn't send the results to Stanford and it went from putting out 18K/day to 990ppd... I didn't get a chance to nuke the W/U's on it before I went to work, only on the Matrix which was doing the same thing as well.

I dunno what the heck is up, but I can say that its not my hardware at least.

Somehow I think I'm the only one with this issue so far though..

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