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October 20, 2013, 07:53:14 PM
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I have it working, just there are some oddities that I didn't look into the other day after I got it working the way TheMineForeman wanted it to.

Sorry about being a bit pedantic about how I want it to work, pear SMTP is already loaded and being used, plus it also makes adding on hooks for other types of alerts easy.

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October 20, 2013, 08:09:21 PM
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how many devises have you successfully run with th pi? When I try to run my setup it crashes the pi every time. I have 57 erupters running on 10 d-link 7 hubs. All are connected to a Rosewill 10 port. It runs just fine on my Debian setup on cgminer.  I have been able to get one hub with 6 erupters working but no more then that.
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October 20, 2013, 08:13:01 PM
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how many devises have you successfully run with th pi? When I try to run my setup it crashes the pi every time. I have 57 erupters running on 10 d-link 7 hubs. All are connected to a Rosewill 10 port. It runs just fine on my Debian setup on cgminer.  I have been able to get one hub with 6 erupters working but no more then that.

Grab a copy of the latest pre release from;-

http://minepeon.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=291

Use the default settings, so far I have been able to run 40 (that is all I have) stable.  It will be interesting to see if you can beat my record.

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October 20, 2013, 08:51:02 PM
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how many devises have you successfully run with th pi? When I try to run my setup it crashes the pi every time. I have 57 erupters running on 10 d-link 7 hubs. All are connected to a Rosewill 10 port. It runs just fine on my Debian setup on cgminer.  I have been able to get one hub with 6 erupters working but no more then that.

Grab a copy of the latest pre release from;-

http://minepeon.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=291

Use the default settings, so far I have been able to run 40 (that is all I have) stable.  It will be interesting to see if you can beat my record.

Neil

Ill check it out tonight and see what happens. It would be great to be running them off the pi considering that was my original plan.
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October 20, 2013, 09:53:47 PM
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What could be wrong, Neil?

Can you log in via ssh and do;-

chmod +x /opt/minepeon/etc/init.d/miner-start.sh

I may have inadvertently introduced a but in updating Wink .

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It worked, Neil. I'm back to 0.2.4 PR2. Many thanks.

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October 20, 2013, 10:40:35 PM
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how many devises have you successfully run with th pi? When I try to run my setup it crashes the pi every time. I have 57 erupters running on 10 d-link 7 hubs. All are connected to a Rosewill 10 port. It runs just fine on my Debian setup on cgminer.  I have been able to get one hub with 6 erupters working but no more then that.

Grab a copy of the latest pre release from;-

http://minepeon.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=291

Use the default settings, so far I have been able to run 40 (that is all I have) stable.  It will be interesting to see if you can beat my record.

Neil

How about 64 USB Erupters + a BFL Jalapeno??



Added the jalapeno a couple days ago, but 64 are a star configuration to a single rhb-500 root hub, that root hub feeds the rPi (the white cable goes to the BFL Jalapeno).

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October 20, 2013, 10:46:48 PM
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I will say I found a key to starting up so many... it takes the USB's (at least the RHB-500) a few seconds to recognize that a computer (in this case the rPi) has been turning on, if I were to let MinePeon boot normally it would only see about 54 erupters (as the other usb hubs are still "turning on" (realizing a computer is there) you can tell this on the RHB-500's due to the nice green indicator light at the front of the hub. So, I delay the miner start up on boot by 20seconds... which corrects the issue and allows for the hubs to "start up" and always boots all 64 without issues if I ever have to reset.

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October 21, 2013, 06:55:38 AM
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... hotplug ...

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October 21, 2013, 07:11:06 AM
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... hotplug ...

Don't use CGMiner, sorry...

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October 21, 2013, 09:54:14 AM
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how many devises have you successfully run with th pi? When I try to run my setup it crashes the pi every time. I have 57 erupters running on 10 d-link 7 hubs. All are connected to a Rosewill 10 port. It runs just fine on my Debian setup on cgminer.  I have been able to get one hub with 6 erupters working but no more then that.

Grab a copy of the latest pre release from;-

http://minepeon.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=291

Use the default settings, so far I have been able to run 40 (that is all I have) stable.  It will be interesting to see if you can beat my record.

Neil

How about 64 USB Erupters + a BFL Jalapeno??



Added the jalapeno a couple days ago, but 64 are a star configuration to a single rhb-500 root hub, that root hub feeds the rPi (the white cable goes to the BFL Jalapeno).

That is a work of art  Grin
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October 21, 2013, 09:57:03 AM
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... hotplug ...

Don't use CGMiner, sorry...

My condolences.

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October 21, 2013, 04:57:45 PM
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Hahahahahaha that's hilarious
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October 21, 2013, 05:09:02 PM
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Not as hilarious as using CGMiner and watching it fail to recognize 50% of the miners...  Grin

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October 22, 2013, 01:06:31 AM
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I thought I saw it somewhere but I can't find it, how do I add a delay on the start of the miners?

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October 22, 2013, 01:40:39 AM
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I thought I saw it somewhere but I can't find it, how do I add a delay on the start of the miners?

You need to be using the latest pre-release from;-

http://minepeon.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=291

And then on the settings page add a;-

sleep 60 (where 60 is the seconds you want to wait)

After the bit that says "#!/bin/bash" but before the bit that starts you miner.

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October 22, 2013, 04:27:25 AM
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I will say I found a key to starting up so many... it takes the USB's (at least the RHB-500) a few seconds to recognize that a computer (in this case the rPi) has been turning on, if I were to let MinePeon boot normally it would only see about 54 erupters (as the other usb hubs are still "turning on" (realizing a computer is there) you can tell this on the RHB-500's due to the nice green indicator light at the front of the hub. So, I delay the miner start up on boot by 20seconds... which corrects the issue and allows for the hubs to "start up" and always boots all 64 without issues if I ever have to reset.
How many BEs are you able to run on each of those RHB-500 hubs?  Did you upgrade the PSU on them?

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October 22, 2013, 05:46:24 AM
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I will say I found a key to starting up so many... it takes the USB's (at least the RHB-500) a few seconds to recognize that a computer (in this case the rPi) has been turning on, if I were to let MinePeon boot normally it would only see about 54 erupters (as the other usb hubs are still "turning on" (realizing a computer is there) you can tell this on the RHB-500's due to the nice green indicator light at the front of the hub. So, I delay the miner start up on boot by 20seconds... which corrects the issue and allows for the hubs to "start up" and always boots all 64 without issues if I ever have to reset.
How many BEs are you able to run on each of those RHB-500 hubs?  Did you upgrade the PSU on them?

8x Erupters per hub, I didn't have much luck when trying to switch them to running off a PSU, I had a cheap 450watt and I hooked up one of the hubs to it, had problems running 6x Erupters... I may try tomorrow with a different PSU, but I'm fine running 8x per, it's been stable over a week this way.

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October 22, 2013, 10:13:25 AM
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How about 64 USB Erupters + a BFL Jalapeno??



Added the jalapeno a couple days ago, but 64 are a star configuration to a single rhb-500 root hub, that root hub feeds the rPi (the white cable goes to the BFL Jalapeno).
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Great setup!  Grin

Can I ask what is powering the fans?

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How about 64 USB Erupters + a BFL Jalapeno??



Added the jalapeno a couple days ago, but 64 are a star configuration to a single rhb-500 root hub, that root hub feeds the rPi (the white cable goes to the BFL Jalapeno).
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Great setup!  Grin

Can I ask what is powering the fans?

Peace.

the fans are being powered by a 12v (if memory serves me right it's a 12v 1a, but possibly a 12v 2a) power adapter I converted long ago for another project to a 4-pin molex with a voltage regulator to step down the 12v to a 5v on the 5v output (so it acts as a typical 4-pin molex, 12v (yellow) - ground (black) - ground (black) - 5v (red) ) - which I have going into a 4-pin to 6x 3pin fan split, it seemed to run all the fans at full speed without any problems (versus using a PSU which did the same thing).

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October 24, 2013, 12:29:49 AM
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This might be too far fetched, but,

I have a cgminer instance on my network with the api enabled. I want to be able to pull stats into minepeon, just as the local cgminer does.

Can this be done? Getting the LCD to work was easy since I just had to specify the api IP on the network.
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