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October 20, 2013, 09:12:31 PM
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download bertmod http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/6183-bertmod-0-2-unofficial-firmware-mod-feedback-thread
despite the fact it has a .bin ext it is a .tar.gz
untar it (tar xzf bert.....)
u'll get a few files  the one u need is asic_status.pl
copy it in your miner (scp)
log in in your miner via ssh
execute: perl asic_status.pl > status.html
fetch status.html and copy it on ur workstation
use a browser to render it

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download bertmod http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/6183-bertmod-0-2-unofficial-firmware-mod-feedback-thread
despite the fact it has a .bin ext it is a .tar.gz
untar it (tar xzf bert.....)
u'll get a few files  the one u need is asic_status.pl
copy it in your miner (scp)
log in in your miner via ssh
execute: perl asic_status.pl > status.html
fetch status.html and copy it on ur workstation
use a browser to render it


thank you very much! :-)
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When I fuss with my cardboard and fans, I sometimes get a reboot.  Since I run, at the present, without the top, center cardboard cooling the BBB, a 12v fan sitting inside blowing on the left side of the module, another 12v fan outside the case blowing on the right side of the 1 module (Mercury), I added another piece of cardboard to the right of the BBB, to the side and up to the module, taking the air pushed out the side and directing it to the module.  The miner white light came on and off as I moved the fans, perhaps a loose pin in an added fan connector, but it started again right away.  Put Bertmod back but earlier tried the 0.2.1 and found it works well with firmware 0.90, looked at my cores, which I could with the 0.2.1, and earlier their was a single core not up, but now there are four 100% cores and the BertMod says the power change from adding that one core on firmware 0.90 with ~0.9v to the 4 vmr's, was 174 watts with one core down and 180 watts with all cores running.
Any chance of a few photos? Hard to visualise.



https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_DLmNkCkkVpZGRTV1NvTzhOMEk/edit?usp=drive_web
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_DLmNkCkkVpRDVFTTZ4TGp0MkU/edit?usp=drive_web

Remember, this is just testing conditions and this will be much neater after I figure out what I need to do and button up.  Might take a while to get the connectors to relocate the BBB tho.

Could you take one the other way, looking from the power supply towards the beaglebone? Just wanted to see how you are pushing the air down on the BBB.

All you'll see is the cardboard tucked under the module and tucked under the 90° angle of the front top.  There is a crease in the cardboard.  Unless it's you want me to search the cardboard from some indication that it was what my Jalapeno and broken coffee cup came in?

Now I recall, Avenger, embroiled in heated exchanges.  Are you with BFL?

Excuse me but I've got to get in some running with my dog.  A slow 7+miles RT to a nearby highway I think.
Sheesh, the photos you provided just show chunks of cardboard, I wanted to see how the air was being directed inside from the inlet fan. Forget it.

Look, the cardboard goes from the metal bottom to the angled edge of the front.  Air pushed in by the front fans can only go out the sides but pushes down on the BBB at the same time.  Experiment.  If you're not running a Mercury then my arrangement ain't best for you.

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Okay, back from the run.  Some thoughts.  Stick-on heatsinks/finned-heat-dispersion squares onto the VRMs so they lose heat more easily.  Perhaps as the VRMs heat an internal oscillator drifts away from it's best frequency like if internal caps change value.  And just before getting home the thought occurred to me that if the 8VRM boards are better than the 4VRM boards even tho half the VRMs are turned off, then it's because the 4 off VRMs have internal output filtering that is still attached to the 1 volt line.  Find a nice access point for that 1 volt rail or across the ground and 1 v output pins of the VRMs on the 4 VRM boards and solder tantalum caps.

We have the 4 empty VRM slots with pads to which we can solder tantalum caps to the 1v rail.  The 12v in also has filtering and could use some too.



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October 20, 2013, 09:21:16 PM
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Okay, back from the run.  Some thoughts.  Stick-on heatsinks/finned-heat-dispersion squares onto the VRMs so they lose heat more easily.  Perhaps as the VRMs heat an internal oscillator drifts away from it's best frequency like if internal caps change value.  And just before getting home the thought occurred to me that if the 8VRM boards are better than the 4VRM boards even tho half the VRMs are turned off, then it's because the 4 off VRMs have internal output filtering that is still attached to the 1 volt line.  Find a nice access point for that 1 volt rail or across the ground and 1 v output pins of the VRMs on the 4 VRM boards and solder tantalum caps.

the extra 4 do have voltage in & out but no amps out.  You can see the one board here has 8 VRMs compared to the others





Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.



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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

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okay that seems to have worked and fixed it
Okay nothing work, so now i tried to do what someone else said with downgrade to .90, power cycle, run enable cores, power cycle, upgrade to fw. .96. So far I went through one cycle of many enable cores back from disable and then some going to disable again. SO, maybe it works now. I really hope this fixes it.

Also, i tried connecting only one hashboard at a time, and i got the same error of hashing going to 2 Mb/s after an enable core disable core cycle.

I hope this new try works.

Okay. that seems to have worked and fixed it. However, someone told me that I could hit "d" then "z" in cgminer to 0 out the statistics. So this is a cgminer error problem because even though I would get 1.8 Mb/s average, I would still get 500+ gh/s 5s hash rate
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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

I'm not so sure that's the case.  Looking at my one module I see what I think is an empty VRM spot near the "1" and there is a row of caps there.

KnC 0:  | 149.8G/138.1Gh/s | A:499611 R:33063 HW:39437 WU:2197.4/m

The above line is the best I've had yet and Slush is showing the miner doing 137.2GH/s.  I'm hesitant about shutting down a well working machine to add tantalum caps to the 12 rail on the module.  If it improves and I can use as a result 0.95 or 0.96 and drop over 100 watts at the wall, I still won't get any higher hash or WU than I'm getting right now.  Let's see, what's 100 watts costing me per month, (100watts)(24hours)=2.4KWhours/day.  30.5 days a month that's 73.2kw/month.  $0.075/kw * 73.2 = $5.49.



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Jupiter weighs exactly 10 kg.
Dimensions fit exactly or even too tight for hand baggage limits of ryanair if you bubble wrap it three times.
So be aware of your luggage limits... and ryanair...
and damn stockholmish prices for taxi (15 kms are 60 EUROS) ...
Bus from skavsta airport to city terminal will cost you 16 GBP.
It is faster to walk to knc office from terminal, took me 15 mins tops, 1.2 km walk with GPS navigator.

and damn bloody cold out there -1 to +4  Smiley
I appreciate London's weather after that =)
Was a nasty surprise! Shocked
And a huge mental and physical stress for entire day and night.
Almost certain that one or more fan covers will fall off or be loose, you must check insides before switching on your gadget!
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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

I'm not so sure that's the case.  Looking at my one module I see what I think is an empty VRM spot near the "1" and there is a row of caps there.

I have the one miner that has both boards in it for comparison  Wink

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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

I'm not so sure that's the case.  Looking at my one module I see what I think is an empty VRM spot near the "1" and there is a row of caps there.

I have the one miner that has both boards in it for comparison  Wink

Okay, whether the KnC caps are there or not, the VRMs have internal caps on the 12v rail, and some of those are assuredly low ESR, and those are not there when the VRM is not installed so adding low ESR caps to the 12v rail should improve it.



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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

I'm not so sure that's the case.  Looking at my one module I see what I think is an empty VRM spot near the "1" and there is a row of caps there.

I have the one miner that has both boards in it for comparison  Wink

Okay, whether the KnC caps are there or not, the VRMs have internal caps on the 12v rail, and some of those are assuredly low ESR, and those are not there when the VRM is not installed so adding low ESR caps to the 12v rail should improve it.

Using 0.95 or 0.96 will save me more than $5.50 per month only if I get the same hashrate and WU.



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October 20, 2013, 10:08:23 PM
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Thanks.  Then it may be the voltage in filtering.  Building a buck converter to drop voltage from 16.5 to 12 for a zTex, the requirements were a low ESR cap very near the input leads of the buck converter.  So, the 12v in rail has low ESR capacitors that remain in place even tho the VRM are turned off.

I was wondering about that since the caps, etc around the removed VRMs are also removed from the 4 VRM boards.

I'm not so sure that's the case.  Looking at my one module I see what I think is an empty VRM spot near the "1" and there is a row of caps there.

I have the one miner that has both boards in it for comparison  Wink

Okay, whether the KnC caps are there or not, the VRMs have internal caps on the 12v rail, and some of those are assuredly low ESR, and those are not there when the VRM is not installed so adding low ESR caps to the 12v rail should improve it.

Using 0.95 or 0.96 will save me more than $5.50 per month only if I get the same hashrate and WU.

I'm not going to add the caps now as after a 7+mile jog and that it's late afternoon and that I'm getting on in years, I'm more likely to make a mistake.  Maybe tomorrow after lunch before a run.



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October 20, 2013, 10:36:38 PM
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Jupiter weighs exactly 10 kg.
Dimensions fit exactly or even too tight for hand baggage limits of ryanair if you bubble wrap it three times.
So be aware of your luggage limits... and ryanair...
and damn stockholmish prices for taxi (15 kms are 60 EUROS) ...
Bus from skavsta airport to city terminal will cost you 16 GBP.
It is faster to walk to knc office from terminal, took me 15 mins tops, 1.2 km walk with GPS navigator.

and damn bloody cold out there -1 to +4  Smiley
I appreciate London's weather after that =)
Was a nasty surprise! Shocked
And a huge mental and physical stress for entire day and night.
Almost certain that one or more fan covers will fall off or be loose, you must check insides before switching on your gadget!

LOL exact same experience. I put mine into cargo came out with three fans off. Smiley

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 so far... 3 saturns made 8 BTC and 25 NMC in barely over 4.3 days... Grin


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October 21, 2013, 12:45:17 AM
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Can anyone assist me?

Im trying to bridge the ethernet connection on my computer so I can login to my Mercury unit.
But I dont know what IP to hit in order to get into the config.

So say I directly connect my Jupiter to my laptop via ethernet, does anyone know what IP the machine will try to assign itself and what Windows might give it. Say if I try to bridge ethernet to ethernet?

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I kept trying random IPs found within Wireshark.
Now my only issue is how do I tell if the damn thing is working? It says its running but I dont think the Slush pool is getting any work received. I hate this machine so much already.

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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October 21, 2013, 12:56:48 AM
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Can anyone assist me?

Im trying to bridge the ethernet connection on my computer so I can login to my Mercury unit.
But I dont know what IP to hit in order to get into the config.

So say I directly connect my Jupiter to my laptop via ethernet, does anyone know what IP the machine will try to assign itself and what Windows might give it. Say if I try to bridge ethernet to ethernet?
1. undo the bridge
go to your connection properties on the laptop(of the actual internet connection, not ethernet), and turn DHCP ON under the ipv4 settings. assign it an ip address.
2.download advanced ip scanner, and prep it to scan the range you just used on the laptop.
3. cold start the miner.
4. Run the IP Scanner.. it will show knc after it finds it...takes about 30 seconds. you will need to scroll down the list to find it.
If it doesnt show right away, scan again right away.
once you have the IP, type it into chrome address bar, use admin/admin, and go directly to the networking page to program your IP in before anything else, or you will have to sniff it out all over again if you reboot for any reason.

IMPORTANT: remember to turn DHCP OFF (uncheck the box)on the miners GUI Networking page before you attempt to save the info.


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October 21, 2013, 01:23:44 AM
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Have a couple questions..1) I see people talking about setting stuff at 256 or 512 no idea what my Jupiter is setup as nor what this means?

 2) if you do the remote access of knc miner (not putty and shh) how do you get in remotely same settings as putty?

 sorry no info on manual on remote access on knc setup screen 1.0 nor what 256/512? means for a cgminer setting?

 thanks noob

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Time for some ASIC Porn.
Case for 3 sats... access door inside house
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inlet fan side... you can see the 3 naked ladies... no case fans inside
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During the day, it's push-pull, using both fans
at night, only the inlet fan on bottom is needed
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the board separates the units from the exhaust
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It seems the air given to the miners comes directly from outside.
Aren't you afraid about humidity when it's raining ?

speaking of humitiy i'm in the Midwest (winter is coming) but what is the humidly you should set your bsmt dehumidifier at if you are running electronic equip like the miners in your unfinished bsmt? approx. temp prob will stay around 62 degrees F.

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October 21, 2013, 01:30:16 AM
 #17519

 its a pool difficulty setting.... settable in your pool options/account page ..maybe...if they allow it
although eligius says the min diff doesnt work yet...it does now, for the last 2 days... Tongue


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October 21, 2013, 01:33:32 AM
 #17520

Time for some ASIC Porn.
Case for 3 sats... access door inside house
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inlet fan side... you can see the 3 naked ladies... no case fans inside
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During the day, it's push-pull, using both fans
at night, only the inlet fan on bottom is needed
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the board separates the units from the exhaust
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It seems the air given to the miners comes directly from outside.
Aren't you afraid about humidity when it's raining ?

speaking of humitiy i'm in the Midwest (winter is coming) but what is the humidly you should set your bsmt dehumidifier at if you are running electronic equip like the miners in your unfinished bsmt? approx. temp prob will stay around 62 degrees F.
considering a jupiter survived a DHL monsoon, being FILLED with rainwater, dried with a hairdrier... i doubt it matters much as long as its dry


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