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March 26, 2018, 09:30:33 PM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

yes with minera.


https://getminera.com/

Thanks But I don't want a dashboard either. I want to be able to run this headless and plug in a keyboard and mouse for maintenance and upgrades. I am just looking for s script or something to start bfgminer every time the Pi3 is powered up.
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March 26, 2018, 09:46:44 PM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

yes with minera.


https://getminera.com/

Thanks But I don't want a dashboard either. I want to be able to run this headless and plug in a keyboard and mouse for maintenance and upgrades. I am just looking for s script or something to start bfgminer every time the Pi3 is powered up.

just make a start.sh and put it in rc.lcoal

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March 27, 2018, 05:27:21 AM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

You must not have read that otherwise, you would realize that it does exactly what you are asking for. No keyboard. No monitor. Or with keyboard and monitor. Does not matter. Both methods to access the pi3 will still allow the instance of BFGMiner to run each time it boots.

Anytime it starts it automatically runs rc.local and will run that command line you placed in there in a detached screen. If you SSH into the pi3 you would simply type in screen -r and it will bring up the process. When you are done looking at it just click on the 'X' to close the screen.

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March 27, 2018, 11:50:06 AM
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All sticks are stated in the logfile as 63 cores, so that should be fine. I've noticed on my hub that on 2 ports the output is a bit less and this causes amp draw to increase and voltage to drop to 4.95-4.99v All other ports are between 5.05 and 5.18v.

However, the problem remains with 1 stick that it just slows down gradually and pulls well over 3 amps. Switching ports with other MLD's gave the same results, separate hub & power supply still is a problem with this stick. I've been adjusting core and memory voltages but it just won't work like the others and heats up quicker and hotter than my other MLD's. Not much more i can test/adjust my self as far as i know Sad

Also,

I noticed that when the sticks are plugged in directly to my computer i can see their UID's etc. Not when connected to my hub. Is this a hub issue or possibly something that can be fixed with the software?

3 amps!!! is the hub ok?
UID == Serial?

Code:
Block: ...ab1bdf661a9f3370  Diff:60 (431.8M)  Started: [11:44:04]  I:?
 ST:7  F:0  NB:626  AS:0  BW:[ 49/ 60 B/s]  E:0.09  BS:347
 5            | 21.71/21.25/20.99Mh/s | A:13410 R:73+0(.73%) HW:1996/.76%
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MLD 0:       |  4.96/ 4.25/ 4.24Mh/s | A: 2696 R:13+0(.68%) HW: 632/1.2%
 MLD 1:       |  3.87/ 4.30/ 4.25Mh/s | A: 2714 R:13+0(.39%) HW: 212/.40%
 MLD 2:       |  4.06/ 4.22/ 4.17Mh/s | A: 2633 R:17+0(1.1%) HW: 218/.42%
 MLD 3:       |  4.53/ 4.23/ 4.21Mh/s | A: 2693 R:11+0(.34%) HW: 244/.47%
 MLD 4:       |  4.57/ 4.25/ 4.12Mh/s | A: 2685 R:19+0(1.1%) HW: 691/1.3%
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Select processor to manage using up/down arrow keys
 MLD 0:       |  4.31/ 4.25/ 4.24Mh/s | A: 2685 R:13+0(.68%) HW: 630/1.2%
  FutureBit Moonlander 2 from FutureBit
Serial: ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d

[D]isable
[Slash] Find processor  [Plus] Add device(s)  [Enter] Close device manager

my devices output when connected through hubs got em up to 744/756. guess which 2 are in the 36w Cheesy changing the ports has helped a bit now they're hashing over 700 without loads of errors.

the hub I ordered got dispatched yesterday est 7-14 days delivery time so it'll be a little while before I can check the converters.

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March 27, 2018, 01:04:25 PM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

yes with minera.


https://getminera.com/

Thanks But I don't want a dashboard either. I want to be able to run this headless and plug in a keyboard and mouse for maintenance and upgrades. I am just looking for s script or something to start bfgminer every time the Pi3 is powered up.

just make a start.sh and put it in rc.lcoal

google is your friend..

Thanks, I am still learning and looking into that now.
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March 27, 2018, 01:23:06 PM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

You must not have read that otherwise, you would realize that it does exactly what you are asking for. No keyboard. No monitor. Or with keyboard and monitor. Does not matter. Both methods to access the pi3 will still allow the instance of BFGMiner to run each time it boots.

Anytime it starts it automatically runs rc.local and will run that command line you placed in there in a detached screen. If you SSH into the pi3 you would simply type in screen -r and it will bring up the process. When you are done looking at it just click on the 'X' to close the screen.



Thanks I will look at this again. Still learning
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March 27, 2018, 05:09:42 PM
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jstefanop,
                I know this may not be the appropriate thread (not sure) but I am doing this in public so that if anyone else has questions as to the "authenticity" of these devices, they can reference this thread.

                After 30 days of use, a buyer on eBay is attempting to get a return by claiming:

"Doesn't seem authentic"
"this is not the second batch of version 2"

                I am asking if you can weigh in on the high res photos of the devices and explain a little for my own reference in case why these are indeed the latest ML2's that you put out.


I would appreciate you weighing in, please.



Yes those are Batch 2 units. Batch 1 had no silkscreen on the back, while batch 2 have the silkscreen with the FutureBit logo on it.

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March 27, 2018, 06:06:53 PM
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Thanks for sharing....pretty useful info....is it also availableon Amazon or only eBay?
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March 27, 2018, 06:51:02 PM
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All sticks are stated in the logfile as 63 cores, so that should be fine. I've noticed on my hub that on 2 ports the output is a bit less and this causes amp draw to increase and voltage to drop to 4.95-4.99v All other ports are between 5.05 and 5.18v.

However, the problem remains with 1 stick that it just slows down gradually and pulls well over 3 amps. Switching ports with other MLD's gave the same results, separate hub & power supply still is a problem with this stick. I've been adjusting core and memory voltages but it just won't work like the others and heats up quicker and hotter than my other MLD's. Not much more i can test/adjust my self as far as i know Sad

Also,

I noticed that when the sticks are plugged in directly to my computer i can see their UID's etc. Not when connected to my hub. Is this a hub issue or possibly something that can be fixed with the software?

3 amps!!! is the hub ok?
UID == Serial?

Code:
Block: ...ab1bdf661a9f3370  Diff:60 (431.8M)  Started: [11:44:04]  I:?
 ST:7  F:0  NB:626  AS:0  BW:[ 49/ 60 B/s]  E:0.09  BS:347
 5            | 21.71/21.25/20.99Mh/s | A:13410 R:73+0(.73%) HW:1996/.76%
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MLD 0:       |  4.96/ 4.25/ 4.24Mh/s | A: 2696 R:13+0(.68%) HW: 632/1.2%
 MLD 1:       |  3.87/ 4.30/ 4.25Mh/s | A: 2714 R:13+0(.39%) HW: 212/.40%
 MLD 2:       |  4.06/ 4.22/ 4.17Mh/s | A: 2633 R:17+0(1.1%) HW: 218/.42%
 MLD 3:       |  4.53/ 4.23/ 4.21Mh/s | A: 2693 R:11+0(.34%) HW: 244/.47%
 MLD 4:       |  4.57/ 4.25/ 4.12Mh/s | A: 2685 R:19+0(1.1%) HW: 691/1.3%
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Select processor to manage using up/down arrow keys
 MLD 0:       |  4.31/ 4.25/ 4.24Mh/s | A: 2685 R:13+0(.68%) HW: 630/1.2%
  FutureBit Moonlander 2 from FutureBit
Serial: ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d

[D]isable
[Slash] Find processor  [Plus] Add device(s)  [Enter] Close device manager

my devices output when connected through hubs got em up to 744/756. guess which 2 are in the 36w Cheesy changing the ports has helped a bit now they're hashing over 700 without loads of errors.

the hub I ordered got dispatched yesterday est 7-14 days delivery time so it'll be a little while before I can check the converters.
Yeah the hub is fine, works great with the other sticks as well just not that one stick. I've contacted bitshopper.de and they will replace it for me, send it back to them today. At maximum at drew just over 3.8 amps at 600mhz!! The hub i used for separate testing has a 5v 3.5amp power supply but voltage would drop to 4.4v! With a different stick amp draw would be 2.3-2.45 at 900mhz and voltage would stay at 5.05-5.1v. Like i said, probably bad luck with the asic or something but it's getting resolved quickly and correctly by bitshopper.de so a big thumbsup to them!

UID is indeed the serial number, you should be able to match the last couple digits to the actual serial number sticker on each device.

I'm curious to see your hashrates with the new hub. Are you able to check the voltages of your memory and chip? Would like to know those too Smiley
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Thanks for sharing....pretty useful info....is it also availableon Amazon or only eBay?

What are you referring to? the Moonlanders or some hubs or what exactly?

And if someone has experience in this:
As the pool i usually mine to has been down due to an error whilst updating (this will take them a while Sad  ) I'm trying to add a 2nd pool to my bat file.

From what i gather from different topics here on bitcointalk, it should be as simple as adding the url, username and password for the 2nd pool and it should switch when necessary. But when i try to run it with that bat file nothing happens... Any suggestions?
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March 27, 2018, 09:30:06 PM
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Thanks for sharing....pretty useful info....is it also availableon Amazon or only eBay?

What are you referring to? the Moonlanders or some hubs or what exactly?

And if someone has experience in this:
As the pool i usually mine to has been down due to an error whilst updating (this will take them a while Sad  ) I'm trying to add a 2nd pool to my bat file.

From what i gather from different topics here on bitcointalk, it should be as simple as adding the url, username and password for the 2nd pool and it should switch when necessary. But when i try to run it with that bat file nothing happens... Any suggestions?

You can try to put "pause" at the end of bat file (this prevents closing the window and you should see some message what's wrong)

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Thanks for sharing....pretty useful info....is it also availableon Amazon or only eBay?

What are you referring to? the Moonlanders or some hubs or what exactly?

And if someone has experience in this:
As the pool i usually mine to has been down due to an error whilst updating (this will take them a while Sad  ) I'm trying to add a 2nd pool to my bat file.

From what i gather from different topics here on bitcointalk, it should be as simple as adding the url, username and password for the 2nd pool and it should switch when necessary. But when i try to run it with that bat file nothing happens... Any suggestions?

You can try to put "pause" at the end of bat file (this prevents closing the window and you should see some message what's wrong)

Great tip!
It says:
"Unexpected extra commandline arguments"
This is the text in my bat file:

bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.tittiecoin.com:3335 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p stratum+tcp://tittiecoin.p2p.0x0a.nl:28008 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p d=1024 -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=900
 pause

Got it running with that now, but got a new error:
No URI supplied for pool 1

From what i can find i need to set up a proxy to get past this??
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Thanks for sharing....pretty useful info....is it also availableon Amazon or only eBay?

What are you referring to? the Moonlanders or some hubs or what exactly?

And if someone has experience in this:
As the pool i usually mine to has been down due to an error whilst updating (this will take them a while Sad  ) I'm trying to add a 2nd pool to my bat file.

From what i gather from different topics here on bitcointalk, it should be as simple as adding the url, username and password for the 2nd pool and it should switch when necessary. But when i try to run it with that bat file nothing happens... Any suggestions?

You can try to put "pause" at the end of bat file (this prevents closing the window and you should see some message what's wrong)

Great tip!
It says:
"Unexpected extra commandline arguments"
This is the text in my bat file:

bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.tittiecoin.com:3335 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p stratum+tcp://tittiecoin.p2p.0x0a.nl:28008 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p d=1024 -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=900
 pause

Got it running with that now, but got a new error:
No URI supplied for pool 1

From what i can find i need to set up a proxy to get past this??

Thats not formatted correctly, you have another pool listed in the password input (-p), you should have your password in there, then "-o" for the second pool URL.

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Yeah the hub is fine, works great with the other sticks as well just not that one stick. I've contacted bitshopper.de and they will replace it for me, send it back to them today. At maximum at drew just over 3.8 amps at 600mhz!! The hub i used for separate testing has a 5v 3.5amp power supply but voltage would drop to 4.4v! With a different stick amp draw would be 2.3-2.45 at 900mhz and voltage would stay at 5.05-5.1v. Like i said, probably bad luck with the asic or something but it's getting resolved quickly and correctly by bitshopper.de so a big thumbsup to them!

UID is indeed the serial number, you should be able to match the last couple digits to the actual serial number sticker on each device.

I'm curious to see your hashrates with the new hub. Are you able to check the voltages of your memory and chip? Would like to know those too Smiley

I've been having issues matching the serial numbers to the stickers on the devices I thought that too about the last few digits however some of my serial numbers share the last few digits and none match the stickers at all  Huh:
Code:
/dev/ttyUSB0 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_3e8f26157a48e71189f626920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB1 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_c6c19e18505fe711ada0600a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB3 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_22c4d13f4c5fe711977d5f0a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB4 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB2 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_f20ededd7f48e7119f5b1b920d6e317d


yea I can do that, probably not till tomorrow though. I'm really hoping the new hub turns up sooner rather than later

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Yeah the hub is fine, works great with the other sticks as well just not that one stick. I've contacted bitshopper.de and they will replace it for me, send it back to them today. At maximum at drew just over 3.8 amps at 600mhz!! The hub i used for separate testing has a 5v 3.5amp power supply but voltage would drop to 4.4v! With a different stick amp draw would be 2.3-2.45 at 900mhz and voltage would stay at 5.05-5.1v. Like i said, probably bad luck with the asic or something but it's getting resolved quickly and correctly by bitshopper.de so a big thumbsup to them!

UID is indeed the serial number, you should be able to match the last couple digits to the actual serial number sticker on each device.

I'm curious to see your hashrates with the new hub. Are you able to check the voltages of your memory and chip? Would like to know those too Smiley

I've been having issues matching the serial numbers to the stickers on the devices I thought that too about the last few digits however some of my serial numbers share the last few digits and none match the stickers at all  Huh:
Code:
/dev/ttyUSB0 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_3e8f26157a48e71189f626920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB1 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_c6c19e18505fe711ada0600a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB3 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_22c4d13f4c5fe711977d5f0a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB4 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB2 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_f20ededd7f48e7119f5b1b920d6e317d
http://i65.tinypic.com/20st3tg.jpg

yea I can do that, probably not till tomorrow though. I'm really hoping the new hub turns up sooner rather than later

The numbers BFGminer is spitting out seem like hexadecimal. Maybe if you convert that to decimal like the s/n tags use they may match up?
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March 28, 2018, 05:16:53 PM
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Finally got my MLD2 running on a pi with a power injector and to think I started learning about mining 3 weeks ago. Is there a way to automatically start BFG miner when the pi starts?

There are other ways but this is what I did and posted as reference.

Setting Up The ML2 To Auto Run In Detached Screen Using Raspberry pi3



Thanks but I don't even want a remote terminal.
I just want the Pi3 to start mining when its turned on without any intervention.
I assume this can be done?

You must not have read that otherwise, you would realize that it does exactly what you are asking for. No keyboard. No monitor. Or with keyboard and monitor. Does not matter. Both methods to access the pi3 will still allow the instance of BFGMiner to run each time it boots.

Anytime it starts it automatically runs rc.local and will run that command line you placed in there in a detached screen. If you SSH into the pi3 you would simply type in screen -r and it will bring up the process. When you are done looking at it just click on the 'X' to close the screen.



I learned how to set up and run SSH with Putty last night. Now to figure out "screen" Thanks guys
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Thats not formatted correctly, you have another pool listed in the password input (-p), you should have your password in there, then "-o" for the second pool URL.

Those pools both run without passwords, so not to sure what to enter then? I tried 'x' but then it came back with this error:
Unexpected extra commandline arguments

After that, i removed the difficulty setting, then it did run.
It now runs with this code:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.tittiecoin.com:3335 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p x -o stratum+tcp://tittiecoin.p2p.0x0a.nl:28008 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p x -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=900
 pause

But, when i try to enter d=1024 for one of the pools, it fails again. When using -d=1024 it disables the MLD's.

Is it impossible to set a difficulty when having a failover pool?



I've been having issues matching the serial numbers to the stickers on the devices I thought that too about the last few digits however some of my serial numbers share the last few digits and none match the stickers at all  Huh:
Code:
/dev/ttyUSB0 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_3e8f26157a48e71189f626920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB1 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_c6c19e18505fe711ada0600a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB3 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_22c4d13f4c5fe711977d5f0a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB4 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB2 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_f20ededd7f48e7119f5b1b920d6e317d


yea I can do that, probably not till tomorrow though. I'm really hoping the new hub turns up sooner rather than later
Great, thanks! Hope you'll like the hub as much as i do. With 5 MLD's you shouldn't have any trouble at all running with that hub at 900mhz.

The numbers BFGminer is spitting out seem like hexadecimal. Maybe if you convert that to decimal like the s/n tags use they may match up?
Tried figuring it out that way, can't come up with anything that matches unfortunately.
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March 29, 2018, 01:20:17 AM
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Thats not formatted correctly, you have another pool listed in the password input (-p), you should have your password in there, then "-o" for the second pool URL.

Those pools both run without passwords, so not to sure what to enter then? I tried 'x' but then it came back with this error:
Unexpected extra commandline arguments

After that, i removed the difficulty setting, then it did run.
It now runs with this code:
bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.tittiecoin.com:3335 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p x -o stratum+tcp://tittiecoin.p2p.0x0a.nl:28008 -u TEmAH67jzTRxFQP1cqZ64F4Bh5T1JsBpwo -p x -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=900
 pause

But, when i try to enter d=1024 for one of the pools, it fails again. When using -d=1024 it disables the MLD's.

Is it impossible to set a difficulty when having a failover pool?



I've been having issues matching the serial numbers to the stickers on the devices I thought that too about the last few digits however some of my serial numbers share the last few digits and none match the stickers at all  Huh:
Code:
/dev/ttyUSB0 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_3e8f26157a48e71189f626920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB1 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_c6c19e18505fe711ada0600a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB3 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_22c4d13f4c5fe711977d5f0a3f3d1008
/dev/ttyUSB4 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_ce1d16ae8c48e71195a826920d6e317d
/dev/ttyUSB2 - FutureBit_FutureBit_Moonlander_2_f20ededd7f48e7119f5b1b920d6e317d
http://i65.tinypic.com/20st3tg.jpg

yea I can do that, probably not till tomorrow though. I'm really hoping the new hub turns up sooner rather than later
Great, thanks! Hope you'll like the hub as much as i do. With 5 MLD's you shouldn't have any trouble at all running with that hub at 900mhz.

The numbers BFGminer is spitting out seem like hexadecimal. Maybe if you convert that to decimal like the s/n tags use they may match up?
Tried figuring it out that way, can't come up with anything that matches unfortunately.

I am going to assume then that the two serial numbers are not related to each other. The number that BFGminer is reading is probably hard coded into the chip.
Maybe check them one at a time in BFGminer and put your own label on them.

I read that the difficulty preset has to be in the range of the pools accepted difficulty. Do your pools have two different difficulties?

On the subject of difficulty, what is the most profitable difficulty to run these miners at? I have one MLD2 mining in the LiteCoin pool.
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March 29, 2018, 05:40:28 AM
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On the subject of difficulty, what is the most profitable difficulty to run these miners at? I have one MLD2 mining in the LiteCoin pool.


my rule of thumb for scrypt

256*mh

so I set difficulty on these to either 768 or 512 depending on the pool. I set the lower difficulty on multipools that switch a lot

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March 29, 2018, 05:34:25 PM
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managed to test the core voltage as between 0.71 & 0.72 my meter was fluctuating between the two, memory voltage is around 0.78.
I'll start tweaking when this new hub turns up. £3.98 import tax to pay before they'll deliver it, my governments so petty still it could be worse.

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