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September 13, 2015, 04:46:43 PM
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Just a heads up to all who use my firmware:

Next release is already planned and in testing...
New features:
1. implimented KNCminion webgui interface extension w/ link on status page
2. Auto bypassing of dies that cause soft / hard reset spamming
   *note: once a die is added to the list for auto bypass that means its "health" will no longer be monitored. MEANING... no further attempts to reset it will be made if it stops hashing.
   *note: when a die makes it on the auto bypass list a message will appear in webgui ADVANCED page showing you which die and offer an option to clear all the dies in that list.
   *note: when issuing the clear command, those dies very well may make it in that list again, the clear is mostly designed for those who swap around cubes on their controllers.
 
3. other misc fixes n stuff =P

one request this goes with your first item here can you modify the bfgscrypt to allow monitoring of the stats via software i think by default its only open to a loopback address so it can only monitor itself. I have a vpn and i monitor my offsite miners using cgwatcher i am able to monitor all my antminers and my A2 without issue but I think by default the KnC's are only set to allow access for monitoring to there own IP and not open to the entire network this should be really easy to change i just don't know where to poke around. Maybe something you can allow to be enabled from the web interface as an option where you disable the writing to the SD card?

What if I just set it to enable this by default rather than an option? Would that be a problem?

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September 14, 2015, 02:56:14 AM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

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Hrm.... so after looking over the api-allow cmomand for bfgminer, it would be very tricky to do this and actually have it work on everyones network. A lot of guesswork would go into it. The only "easy" non guesswork option is allowing read only OR read/write access from any ip address including any external addresses (if allowed thru ur firewall).

Let me know.

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September 14, 2015, 05:35:37 PM
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So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

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September 14, 2015, 05:52:01 PM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

haha, reread my response above, I changed it =P

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September 14, 2015, 06:04:13 PM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

haha, reread my response above, I changed it =P

Well I may have a somewhat solution.... the question is whether --api-allow & --api-network will work in conjunction with each other. The documentation says --api-allow will override --api-network, thats fine as it means --api-network will still function....

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September 14, 2015, 06:06:43 PM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

bfgminer does what you seek, details in the REAME.RPC file that comes with bfgminer source.

a combination of
--api-allow
and if needed
--api-groups

The "W" group for read/write and "R" group for read only.
Iffin I recollect correctly you can even have a "P" group with selective write access.

I posted somewhere(probably the OC thread) some awk code to gather neat data from a hoopiter remotely.
Same awk code runs local(miner) or remote(PC somewhere on net), I think the pi has awk most *nix systems do.
It can easily be twisted to display whatever is available.
It already has many of the possible responses coded in, just commented out.


YMMV
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And "miner.php" is an excellent way to monitor from a PC once access is allowed on the device.

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September 14, 2015, 07:40:26 PM
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What about sending a PM to Luke Jr?

Vegas

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September 14, 2015, 07:43:19 PM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

bfgminer does what you seek, details in the REAME.RPC file that comes with bfgminer source.

a combination of
--api-allow
and if needed
--api-groups

The "W" group for read/write and "R" group for read only.
Iffin I recollect correctly you can even have a "P" group with selective write access.

I posted somewhere(probably the OC thread) some awk code to gather neat data from a hoopiter remotely.
Same awk code runs local(miner) or remote(PC somewhere on net), I think the pi has awk most *nix systems do.
It can easily be twisted to display whatever is available.
It already has many of the possible responses coded in, just commented out.


YMMV
tolip

EDIT
And "miner.php" is an excellent way to monitor from a PC once access is allowed on the device.

Yeah, i dont think it needs to be that complex if.... and you may know this....
Will --api-network work in conjunction with --api-allow?
The readme says its "overrides" if both are present, but that doesnt mean --api-network goes "ignored" right?

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September 14, 2015, 07:44:13 PM
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What about sending a PM to Luke Jr?

Vegas

I tried talking to him on irc, he used to answer my questions, I guess as of late he feels like being an ass and just told me to ask in #eligius or on the boards here. Since the former was useless, I gave up.

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September 14, 2015, 09:38:39 PM
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not at all Grin Thank You!

So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

bfgminer does what you seek, details in the REAME.RPC file that comes with bfgminer source.

a combination of
--api-allow
and if needed
--api-groups

The "W" group for read/write and "R" group for read only.
Iffin I recollect correctly you can even have a "P" group with selective write access.

I posted somewhere(probably the OC thread) some awk code to gather neat data from a hoopiter remotely.
Same awk code runs local(miner) or remote(PC somewhere on net), I think the pi has awk most *nix systems do.
It can easily be twisted to display whatever is available.
It already has many of the possible responses coded in, just commented out.


YMMV
tolip

EDIT
And "miner.php" is an excellent way to monitor from a PC once access is allowed on the device.

Yeah, i dont think it needs to be that complex if.... and you may know this....
Will --api-network work in conjunction with --api-allow?
The readme says its "overrides" if both are present, but that doesnt mean --api-network goes "ignored" right?

e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0.1    <- this will allow a specific host
e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0/24  <- this will allow whole subnet
e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0.1,10.0.0/24 <- this will allow 1 specific host and whole 10.0.0.0 class C subnet

Not sure but might need 127.0.0.1 if ya want to query the API from the ssh session if you use --api-allow.
It's been a while and my 28nm stuff is 'sleepin' else I'd check.

YMMV
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September 14, 2015, 10:32:21 PM
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So, theres 1 caveat to allowing access to bfgminer from other network devices. This is easy to do for read only commands but privileged commands would be denied. I dont see anywhere in bfgminer documentation that allows easy full access to the local network.
As far as monitoring goes, would the read only be fine?

Yes read only is all I would asking for Id like to be able to monitor my remote rigs via the VPN without using the webpages Any changes to pool etc id login to the miner web interface and do it manually

bfgminer does what you seek, details in the REAME.RPC file that comes with bfgminer source.

a combination of
--api-allow
and if needed
--api-groups

The "W" group for read/write and "R" group for read only.
Iffin I recollect correctly you can even have a "P" group with selective write access.

I posted somewhere(probably the OC thread) some awk code to gather neat data from a hoopiter remotely.
Same awk code runs local(miner) or remote(PC somewhere on net), I think the pi has awk most *nix systems do.
It can easily be twisted to display whatever is available.
It already has many of the possible responses coded in, just commented out.


YMMV
tolip

EDIT
And "miner.php" is an excellent way to monitor from a PC once access is allowed on the device.

Yeah, i dont think it needs to be that complex if.... and you may know this....
Will --api-network work in conjunction with --api-allow?
The readme says its "overrides" if both are present, but that doesnt mean --api-network goes "ignored" right?

e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0.1    <- this will allow a specific host
e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0/24  <- this will allow whole subnet
e.g. --api-allow W:192.168.0.1,10.0.0/24 <- this will allow 1 specific host and whole 10.0.0.0 class C subnet

Not sure but might need 127.0.0.1 if ya want to query the API from the ssh session if you use --api-allow.
It's been a while and my 28nm stuff is 'sleepin' else I'd check.

YMMV
tolip

Well, I need it to allow the whole subnet without knowing the subnet, so Im wondering if the --api-network will still work like that when --api-allow is used for W:127.0.0.1

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September 15, 2015, 11:29:06 AM
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I know nobody mines with an KNCMiner Jupiter/Saturn but I am just wondering if its possible to undervolt them so they have a better efficency then 1.33W/GHS ?

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September 15, 2015, 06:28:07 PM
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I know nobody mines with an KNCMiner Jupiter/Saturn but I am just wondering if its possible to undervolt them so they have a better efficency then 1.33W/GHS ?
I'm still running my little Mercury. Tongue October batch units were chaotic. Some wouldn't even run without heavy overvolting, while others like mine, got their best speeds at the lowest undervolt settings. I forget what my efficiency was, I'll have to find it, but I believe it was closer to 1W. Apparently, the November Jupiters were a lot better quality, but I can't speak to that personally.

Edit: I had 220W written down while getting 142.5GH, aka 1.54W/GH. That was at the wall from my Kill-A-Watt, on a plain old 80 Plus Alienware PSU. The web interface reads about 126W on average, aka 0.88W/GH for the one module.

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September 15, 2015, 07:20:59 PM
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Small update:
My next release will ALSO have upgraded bfgminer 5.3.0 in it and some minor monitoring script code tweaks I found =)
Oh and also --api-network added to bfgminer.sh

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September 15, 2015, 09:32:50 PM
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Small update:
My next release will ALSO have upgraded bfgminer 5.3.0 in it and some minor monitoring script code tweaks I found =)
Oh and also --api-network added to bfgminer.sh

Awesome Thank you Smiley

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September 15, 2015, 09:56:05 PM
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Small update:
My next release will ALSO have upgraded bfgminer 5.3.0 in it and some minor monitoring script code tweaks I found =)
Oh and also --api-network added to bfgminer.sh

Awesome Thank you Smiley

Yeahp, I hope the --api-network addition functions as I intend it to =-P .. noone did get back to me about its EXACT behaviour when --api-allow is in effect.

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September 15, 2015, 11:01:50 PM
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i can test it with my management software once you seed me the new copy and give you feedback

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September 16, 2015, 03:08:53 AM
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Well, Ive confirmed --api-network gets completely ignored if --api-allow is specified. Thats dumb.... it should truely "override" and not fucking ignore it. Oh well =)
I guess the monitoring of rigs read only will be harder then I thought, unless I allow 0/0 (all) read only access =P

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September 16, 2015, 03:12:17 AM
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i can test it with my management software once you seed me the new copy and give you feedback


What management software are you using?
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