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June 20, 2011, 05:28:33 AM
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Hi there..

I am running a couple of miners on different (remote) Win7 rigs and I use Teamviewer atm to check the status.
I am sure there may be more convenient tools out there to monitor the miner status?!

Any recommendations, how do you monitor and check your rigs?

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June 20, 2011, 05:54:54 AM
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I use Putty.
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June 20, 2011, 10:34:44 PM
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Depending on your preffered method, GUI or CMD-line.

You could use RDP of course, or a varriant of VNC, (tightVNC, UltraVNC, whatever) If you are remote (as in not in the same network) you can use a free VPN like Hamachi

Otherwise, use PuTTY or some varriant (KiTTY) to SSH in to the box. Not sure what utilities people are using once SSH'd in though.

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June 20, 2011, 10:40:08 PM
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Thank you TurdHurdur and LegitBit. As I am more GUI focussed the use of Teamviewer is similar to the use of other VNC tools.

I was more asking if there is a kind of monitoring tool (like Nagios) or a widget which can be used to summarize the status of the different workers in a dashboard.

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June 20, 2011, 11:00:23 PM
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I'm in the same situation. I've already started writing a patch for guiminer to emit the json information for the workers, but I'm beginning to think this type of information might be more useful right in poclbm. A dashboard is easier once there is a standard way of collecting the data.
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June 21, 2011, 03:20:31 AM
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Well using guiminer you can add the 'summary' page.

I don't know about a multiple machine summary, similar to Nagios/Spiceworks.

I just do like you do. I keep HWINFO and the summaries open and check on them once in awhile.

I suppose you could have HWINFO or GPU-Z to save a logfile in a dropbox and check on that instead.


Ah, I believe someone had a proxy website they built to automatically fail-over pools and check on mining stats.

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June 21, 2011, 04:04:40 AM
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Well using guiminer you can add the 'summary' page.

I don't know about a multiple machine summary, similar to Nagios/Spiceworks.

I just do like you do. I keep HWINFO and the summaries open and check on them once in awhile.

I suppose you could have HWINFO or GPU-Z to save a logfile in a dropbox and check on that instead.


Ah, I believe someone had a proxy website they built to automatically fail-over pools and check on mining stats.

The proxy might be a little overkill for just monitoring, but it is a possibility. What I'm looking for is a overview of all my nodes with rates, temperatures, etc (see: http://i.imgur.com/kEc5O.jpg for an example)
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