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Date: Wed, 10 May 2017 12:23:58 -0700
From: B B <>
To: magnum <>,
Subject: Re: CL_OUT_OF_RESOURCES error with --format=dmg-opencl

> On May 9, 2017, at 11:36 PM, magnum <> wrote:
> On 2017-05-10 00:29, B B wrote:
>> Output:
>> Device 0: GeForce GTX 760
>> Local worksize (LWS) 64, global worksize (GWS) 131072
>> Loaded 1 password hash (dmg-opencl, Apple DMG [PBKDF2-SHA1 OpenCL 3DES/AES])
>> Will run 8 OpenMP threads
>> Warning: only 14 characters available
>> Press q…….
>> OpenCL error (CL_OUT_OF_RESOURCES) in file (OpenCL_dmg_fmt_plug.c) at line 764 - (Copy result back)
>> Now I have tried adjusting LWS and GWS but nothing changes. Looking at the “line 764” I can not discern anything either as it seems it is just a line to declare the error.
> To me that line number indicates you are using an outdated verson of Jumbo. Try the latest version from Github!
> magnum

Thanks for that. I went ahead and compiled the bleeding-jumbo from GitHub. Unfortunately I am getting the same error, line 782 now.

The first attempt output:

Build log:
ptxas info		: 0 bytes gem
ptxas info		: Compiling entry function ‘derive_key for ‘sm_30’
ptxas info		: Function properties for derive_key
ptxas 		. 	176 bytes stack frame, 12 bytes spill stores, 12 bytes spill loads
ptxas info		: Used 63 registers, 344 bytes cmem[0], 8 bytes cmem[2]

This output happened only once. I toggled the sm_30 line in john.conf with no change

The NVIDIA_CUDA env variable was not set so I looked and  found 4 different versions on my system and set the path for the cuda version from the cuda toolkit, then tried the driver version. I did not try the mesa or Intel version. I set it for /opt/cuda/lib64/, thinking the include would be found but I’m unsure about that. They were not in the same directory. 

Any idea how I should proceed?



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