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Author Topic: Official FutureBit Moonlander 2 Driver and Support Thread  (Read 69152 times)
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January 24, 2018, 09:10:42 AM
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... I will start up bfg, they all will connect and hash, after about 2-4 minutes it will say Pool 0 interrupted and they will stop hashing.
... what could the issue be? im using bfg for moonlander 5.4.2.
anyone have any thoughts/ideas?
Network connection. There are a lot of google hits on 'pool 0 interrupted' (not related specifically to MLD or BFGMiner).
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January 24, 2018, 07:35:07 PM
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... I will start up bfg, they all will connect and hash, after about 2-4 minutes it will say Pool 0 interrupted and they will stop hashing.
... what could the issue be? im using bfg for moonlander 5.4.2.
anyone have any thoughts/ideas?
Network connection. There are a lot of google hits on 'pool 0 interrupted' (not related specifically to MLD or BFGMiner).

so you are saying it has to do with my internet connection?
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January 24, 2018, 09:18:15 PM
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Hello,


  Where can I go to if I need technical support for a ML that is possibly malfunctioning?


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January 25, 2018, 02:20:04 PM
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... I will start up bfg, they all will connect and hash, after about 2-4 minutes it will say Pool 0 interrupted and they will stop hashing.
... what could the issue be? im using bfg for moonlander 5.4.2.
anyone have any thoughts/ideas?
Network connection. There are a lot of google hits on 'pool 0 interrupted' (not related specifically to MLD or BFGMiner).

so you are saying it has to do with my internet connection?

Yes those errors are either related with a pool issue or network issue.

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January 25, 2018, 02:20:41 PM
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Hello,


  Where can I go to if I need technical support for a ML that is possibly malfunctioning?


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Your in the right place, what is the issue your having?

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January 25, 2018, 08:37:24 PM
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Hello,

   I have 10 MLDs on a powered USB data hub.  Everything seems to be working fine at the moment...  What I am looking to find out is, can I make each MLD a separate worker?  Anyone know how to do that (if possible)?


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January 25, 2018, 09:12:31 PM
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Hey Everyone,

another quick question, i have 4 moonlanders on my RPI running, i am having a issue where after a few hours the start_moonlander2.sh freezes and stops hashing.. does anyone know how to write a Cronjob tab so that the SH script can close once every hour and restart?

if anyone could give me an example of how i should setup in the configure scheduled tasks within Gnome Schedule 2.1.1 GUI

Any help would be really appreciated.

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January 25, 2018, 09:23:46 PM
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Hey Everyone,

another quick question, i have 4 moonlanders on my RPI running, i am having a issue where after a few hours the start_moonlander2.sh freezes and stops hashing.. does anyone know how to write a Cronjob tab so that the SH script can close once every hour and restart?

if anyone could give me an example of how i should setup in the configure scheduled tasks within Gnome Schedule 2.1.1 GUI

Any help would be really appreciated.



Maybe you could follow this thread to have it auto run after reboot in detached screen and then just set up a cron job every xx hours to 'sudo reboot'

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January 26, 2018, 12:02:20 PM
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Well I finally got my ball bearing fans in for the stock replacements.

They work well but they are extremely loud compared to the stock sleeve fan.

They are the same type/brand as the stock fan, just ball bearing, direct replacement.

You probably bought one that is really high RPM...these fans can go up to 15k RPM. You only need about 7-10k RPM to properly cool these. Stock fans run around 9-11k.

Yeah I got the 10k ones, couldn't find lower.

I tried a 15k and those were seriously loud.

On a side note, I have zero explanation as to why -- I threw the Asic I thought that was dead on a different hub after not using it for a few days and its been working for like a week now. I'm now wondering if the 100% HW error and extremely low hashrate rate was being caused by something else, perhaps the port on the hub I was using.
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January 26, 2018, 03:57:06 PM
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Well I finally got my ball bearing fans in for the stock replacements.

They work well but they are extremely loud compared to the stock sleeve fan.

They are the same type/brand as the stock fan, just ball bearing, direct replacement.

You probably bought one that is really high RPM...these fans can go up to 15k RPM. You only need about 7-10k RPM to properly cool these. Stock fans run around 9-11k.

Yeah I got the 10k ones, couldn't find lower.

I tried a 15k and those were seriously loud.

On a side note, I have zero explanation as to why -- I threw the Asic I thought that was dead on a different hub after not using it for a few days and its been working for like a week now. I'm now wondering if the 100% HW error and extremely low hashrate rate was being caused by something else, perhaps the port on the hub I was using.

Yea who knows. Thats the issue with cheap hubs that are not designed for high current draw from USB miners. The sticks themselves are build like tanks, so unless you do something seriously stupid the root cause of a problem will most likely be power/hub related.

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January 26, 2018, 04:08:47 PM
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Well I finally got my ball bearing fans in for the stock replacements.

They work well but they are extremely loud compared to the stock sleeve fan.

They are the same type/brand as the stock fan, just ball bearing, direct replacement.

You probably bought one that is really high RPM...these fans can go up to 15k RPM. You only need about 7-10k RPM to properly cool these. Stock fans run around 9-11k.

Yeah I got the 10k ones, couldn't find lower.

I tried a 15k and those were seriously loud.

On a side note, I have zero explanation as to why -- I threw the Asic I thought that was dead on a different hub after not using it for a few days and its been working for like a week now. I'm now wondering if the 100% HW error and extremely low hashrate rate was being caused by something else, perhaps the port on the hub I was using.

Yea who knows. Thats the issue with cheap hubs that are not designed for high current draw from USB miners. The sticks themselves are build like tanks, so unless you do something seriously stupid the root cause of a problem will most likely be power/hub related.

Been using the Pluggable 7 port hubs so it's entirely possible that the port failed... waiting on my Eyeboot hubs to get here lol
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January 26, 2018, 04:32:58 PM
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Hey Everyone,

another quick question, i have 4 moonlanders on my RPI running, i am having a issue where after a few hours the start_moonlander2.sh freezes and stops hashing.. does anyone know how to write a Cronjob tab so that the SH script can close once every hour and restart?

if anyone could give me an example of how i should setup in the configure scheduled tasks within Gnome Schedule 2.1.1 GUI

Any help would be really appreciated.



Maybe you could follow this thread to have it auto run after reboot in detached screen and then just set up a cron job every xx hours to 'sudo reboot'




do you know if its possible to do it without having to reboot the PI, i see in this guys thread that it will execute the script while the PI is booting, i would like the script to boot within the Pi desktop not before as i would like the command window to be displayed?

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January 26, 2018, 04:37:22 PM
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Well I finally got my ball bearing fans in for the stock replacements.

They work well but they are extremely loud compared to the stock sleeve fan.

They are the same type/brand as the stock fan, just ball bearing, direct replacement.

You probably bought one that is really high RPM...these fans can go up to 15k RPM. You only need about 7-10k RPM to properly cool these. Stock fans run around 9-11k.

Yeah I got the 10k ones, couldn't find lower.

I tried a 15k and those were seriously loud.

On a side note, I have zero explanation as to why -- I threw the Asic I thought that was dead on a different hub after not using it for a few days and its been working for like a week now. I'm now wondering if the 100% HW error and extremely low hashrate rate was being caused by something else, perhaps the port on the hub I was using.

Can you share with us the model and brand name of the fan..

Thx.
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January 26, 2018, 05:08:26 PM
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do you know if its possible to do it without having to reboot the PI, i see in this guys thread that it will execute the script while the PI is booting, i would like the script to boot within the Pi desktop not before as i would like the command window to be displayed?

regards

Paul

Probably. But regardless, once the 'screen' session is stopped and restarted in linux, you will still have to reattach the screen but either way you can try this:

Follow those tips in the other thread I created and pay attention to what you name the process. i.e.; 'moonlander', 'miner', etc... whatever you choose.

Then in CRON create one for this.

sudo systemctl restart moonlander of course 'moonlander' would be replaced with whatever you call the service when it is booted initially.

That way if the power goes down and then comes back up and your not around, the ML2 will still restart on reboot which will ensure it stays running and will restart the service (process) and you can just sudo screen -r to bring the interface back up when you want to view it.


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January 27, 2018, 05:03:52 AM
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Anyone from Batch 2 receive yours yet?
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January 27, 2018, 04:01:16 PM
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Anyone from Batch 2 receive yours yet?

My order from HolyBitcoin should be here today or Monday according to tracking. My order from AsicPuppy has a tracking number but there hasn't been any update on tracking as of yet.

I expect to have all my orders in by Wednesday if all goes well.

 
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January 27, 2018, 04:59:59 PM
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Anyone try Thermal Grizzly on the moonlander 2?

https://www.amazon.com/Thermal-Grizzly-Kryonaut-Grease-Paste/dp/B011F7W3LU/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1517072281&sr=1-1&keywords=thermal+grizzly+kryonaut

I'm wondering is 1gram will be enough for 4 moonlanders?  My order for AsicPuppy should be arriving soon, and I want to make sure I have enough on hand.

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January 27, 2018, 05:23:57 PM
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Anyone from Batch 2 receive yours yet?

My order from HolyBitcoin should be here today or Monday according to tracking. My order from AsicPuppy has a tracking number but there hasn't been any update on tracking as of yet.

I expect to have all my orders in by Wednesday if all goes well.

 

Please keep order related stuff in the order thread linked in OP.

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January 27, 2018, 05:26:39 PM
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Anyone try Thermal Grizzly on the moonlander 2?

https://www.amazon.com/Thermal-Grizzly-Kryonaut-Grease-Paste/dp/B011F7W3LU/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1517072281&sr=1-1&keywords=thermal+grizzly+kryonaut

I'm wondering is 1gram will be enough for 4 moonlanders?  My order for AsicPuppy should be arriving soon, and I want to make sure I have enough on hand.



If your putting on thermal material its only to fill in the via holes, please check the assembly instructions...that is way more than enough. Don't put a layer on there like you would with a CPU otherwise the heatsink wont stick and it will fall off and you'll most likely be left with a fried miner.

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January 27, 2018, 06:35:19 PM
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Hello,

   I have 10 MLDs on a powered USB data hub.  Everything seems to be working fine at the moment...  What I am looking to find out is, can I make each MLD a separate worker?  Anyone know how to do that (if possible)?


thanks
George

do u mean each MLD mine different coin? or each using different worker name? if its about different coin, u can try check page 45. if worker name just edit like a normal .bat file Smiley
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