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September 01, 2017, 05:23:11 PM
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Hello Guys

I am in process of setting up a Mining Farm.

I was wondering how do other big mining farms are able to monitor, manage, and tweak settings of all the rigs just by using 1 or 2 monitors.
Suppose if you have 300-400 Rigs x 6 GPUs. So accessing one Rig at a time is not feasible at all.

I looked at various options like a) Ethos b) Simplemining c) Awesome miner etc...

But i was told for a bigger farm setup. Its best way to go LINUX ?
So wont Windows 10 do the Job ?

How would i setup in Linux?
Do i have to create one computer as SERVER ?
And than that server gives commands to every rig where to mine ...which pool.. and so forth?
How would i monitor the Temperature.. MHS and all in one screen.. ?

Now i would put my Wallet address etc and fix all the settings in miner to mine to my Wallet.

Now i am going to hire a IT Technical guys who would be working as an employee. As i can not be always at the Farm.
Suppose if they are able to change the Wallet. Can they ? If they do? How can i make Mining RIG STOP.. And i get email or alert that Wallet address has been changed.. Rigs have been stopped etc..etc..
And the Password of Supervisor is asked... which would be me.. if i want to change Wallet.

Please suggest IDEAS and SOLUTIONS... and Something that is Secure...

Appreciated.

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September 03, 2017, 08:11:14 AM
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Can anyone assist please. Thanks.
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September 03, 2017, 09:36:24 AM
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you can set each rigs with different settings on Ethos.
i mean rig1 mine eth with claymore, core clocks 1100
rig2 mine dash .. bla bla bla. you write all these different settings, rig configs on 1 remote.conf file hosted on somewhere. then write ethos remote.conf on this config url. ethos put this conf into itself and mine with what you said.

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September 03, 2017, 10:55:23 AM
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 A rack mounted KVM might be a solution for controlling the computers.

 Linux would be better for a variety of reasons - cost, security and reliability would be some of those reasons.

 You will have to do your own research on Linux, or hire someone to help.

 Anyone with access to the machines in the data center would have the ability to change the wallet they mine to.  If you use a pool to mine with there are settings that you can set that would notify you when you stopped mining.  So if they change the address you would know.

  You will have to trust someone at some point.  Continuous communication and monitoring will be your responsibility to make sure things are running smoothly.  Hire an IT guy that is established with references.  Maybe do a background check.

 Good luck.

 




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