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August 02, 2016, 12:32:57 PM
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Hi all.

I need something like this:
I have 3 antMiner S9 and i need to adjust frequescy time by time.
I need a miner software capable to read a number in a txt file and set S9 freqency by some rules.

no one knows if something like this already exists?

in alternative... there are some miner software released with API???
i can do a program, vb.net/C# who read the value from file and send API call to miner software and change S9 frequency.

ty all
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August 02, 2016, 03:16:44 PM
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I need something like this:
I have 3 antMiner S9 and i need to adjust frequescy time by time.
I need a miner software capable to read a number in a txt file and set S9 freqency by some rules.

no one knows if something like this already exists?

in alternative... there are some miner software released with API???
i can do a program, vb.net/C# who read the value from file and send API call to miner software and change S9 frequency.
Hi,

Awesome Miner can do all that.

You can define Rules where you set a specific frequency for one/many/all Antminers based on triggers like time or temperature. Here are instructions how to use the Rule concept in Awesome Miner to define schedules for changing the frequency of Antminer S7 / S9.
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/antmineroperations.aspx

It's also possible to write custom C# scripts inside Awesome Miner for the power users that want to customize the trigger behaviors in detail. If the built in trigger for scheduling the frequency change isn't powerful enough, a C# script can be used as a trigger.

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August 03, 2016, 11:37:00 AM
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I need something like this:
I have 3 antMiner S9 and i need to adjust frequescy time by time.
I need a miner software capable to read a number in a txt file and set S9 freqency by some rules.

no one knows if something like this already exists?

in alternative... there are some miner software released with API???
i can do a program, vb.net/C# who read the value from file and send API call to miner software and change S9 frequency.
Hi,

Awesome Miner can do all that.

You can define Rules where you set a specific frequency for one/many/all Antminers based on triggers like time or temperature. Here are instructions how to use the Rule concept in Awesome Miner to define schedules for changing the frequency of Antminer S7 / S9.
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/antmineroperations.aspx

It's also possible to write custom C# scripts inside Awesome Miner for the power users that want to customize the trigger behaviors in detail. If the built in trigger for scheduling the frequency change isn't powerful enough, a C# script can be used as a trigger.

i will check it!!
thank you.
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