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September 20, 2013, 05:43:10 PM
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So below is screenshot of the coin config tab missing any ideas on this? Also I think you were working on having the pool switch to next most profitable if the pools all down on one coin?



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September 20, 2013, 05:59:01 PM
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So below is screenshot of the coin config tab missing any ideas on this?

Click the arrow next to Settings. From the release notes:

  • Strategies and Coins settings are now found under the Settings split button

Also I think you were working on having the pool switch to next most profitable if the pools all down on one coin?

It's on my to-do list. In the meantime I'd recommend setting up at least two pools for every coin configuration so that failover occurs.

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September 20, 2013, 06:15:01 PM
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OK well thanks for that! Why making the coin config button harder to reach with two clicks and smaller click area plenty of room up there on the to line?
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September 20, 2013, 06:57:41 PM
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OK well thanks for that! Why making the coin config button harder to reach with two clicks and smaller click area plenty of room up there on the to line?

There is no reason for them to take up room if they are seldom used. It's the same reason the Save & Cancel buttons are now hidden unless needed. As more and more features get added the UI has become busier. I am trying to proactively manage that.

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September 20, 2013, 08:00:44 PM
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OK well thanks for that! Why making the coin config button harder to reach with two clicks and smaller click area plenty of room up there on the to line?

There is no reason for them to take up room if they are seldom used. It's the same reason the Save & Cancel buttons are now hidden unless needed. As more and more features get added the UI has become busier. I am trying to proactively manage that.

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September 20, 2013, 08:15:56 PM
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You have invalid coin configurations selected in the grid somehow. Close the program and reopen it. If the problem persists take the following steps:

  • Close MultiMiner
  • Click Start > Computer
  • Type %appdata%\multiminer in the address bar and hit enter
  • Zip up your XML files and send them to the email address in my signature

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September 20, 2013, 09:59:47 PM
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You have invalid coin configurations selected in the grid somehow. Close the program and reopen it. If the problem persists take the following steps:

  • Close MultiMiner
  • Click Start > Computer
  • Type %appdata%\multiminer in the address bar and hit enter
  • Zip up your XML files and send them to the email address in my signature
sent Smiley thanks, btw any plan to show the pool that is running on any given coin?also to not restart mining so much, also the setting button a bit diffrent in that there is menue there then two others and the other buttons with multi menu items below them do not have a pop up for the tab that shows on top line....
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September 20, 2013, 10:13:25 PM
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btw any plan to show the pool that is running on any given coin?

No plans but I can add it to the list if it's easy enough to determine from the RPC API.

also to not restart mining so much

You mean longer than the 30 minute setting currently in the Strategies dialog?

also the setting button a bit diffrent in that there is menue there then two others and the other buttons with multi menu items below them do not have a pop up for the tab that shows on top line....

I'm sorry - I don't follow. If you mean that the Settings button is different than the Advanced menu you are correct. One is a menu and one is a split-button.

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September 21, 2013, 01:12:46 PM
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Feature request:

Sometimes my miners lock up my system if they run too long, or in the case of my p2pool miner, it starts spitting out all rejected shares or stale shares. The only way to fix this is to restart the miner. Is there any way you could put in a timer that would essentially just Stop mining then immediately re-start? Let the user set the "restart" interval. for me it would be somewhere around 8-12 hours.

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September 21, 2013, 01:14:36 PM
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Sometimes my miners lock up my system if they run too long, or in the case of my p2pool miner, it starts spitting out all rejected shares or stale shares. The only way to fix this is to restart the miner. Is there any way you could put in a timer that would essentially just Stop mining then immediately re-start? Let the user set the "restart" interval. for me it would be somewhere around 8-12 hours.

Sure thing. Definitely sounds reasonable and useful.

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September 21, 2013, 03:14:16 PM
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Sometimes my miners lock up my system if they run too long, or in the case of my p2pool miner, it starts spitting out all rejected shares or stale shares. The only way to fix this is to restart the miner. Is there any way you could put in a timer that would essentially just Stop mining then immediately re-start? Let the user set the "restart" interval. for me it would be somewhere around 8-12 hours.

Sure thing. Definitely sounds reasonable and useful.

Cool, thanks!

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September 21, 2013, 03:50:44 PM
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I've added multiple coins to MultiMiner (for example Bitcoin, Litecoin, Feathercoin, Xencoin, Digitalcoin etc). Because Litecoin is based on Scrypt, is is getting Scrypt-mined (and not SHA256-mined), which is good. But for example Xencoin is also based on Scrypt, but when I hit start (to let my GPU mine Xencoin) it starts to SHA256-mine it, instead of Scrypt-mine it.

I know I have to select Scrypt or SHA256 while adding the coin to the program, but even when I select Scrypt for Xencoin, the MultiMiner is SHA256-mining it (instead of Scrypt-mining, like it should).

Thanks so much - excellent description. I've reproduced the issue and will address it.

In the meantime please take the following steps

  • Close MultiMiner
  • Click Start > Computer
  • Type %appdata%\multiminer into the address bar and hit Enter
  • Edit CoinConfigurations.xml
  • Locate your Xencoin entry and change the Algorithm from SHA256 to Scrypt
  • Save and close CoinConfigurations.xml
  • Open MultiMiner

That should fix it. Thanks again!

Indeed, that solved the problem. Thansk for your help!

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September 21, 2013, 07:09:24 PM
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Sometimes I get e-mail alerts from MobileMiner, even though I've specifically switched off e-mail notifications on all my devices. it only happens about once a week or so, not regularly, so I can't even tell you what sparks it. Just a curious little quirk that happens once in a while.

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September 21, 2013, 10:20:06 PM
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Sometimes I get e-mail alerts from MobileMiner, even though I've specifically switched off e-mail notifications on all my devices. it only happens about once a week or so, not regularly, so I can't even tell you what sparks it. Just a curious little quirk that happens once in a while.

A couple of things to clarify:

The settings in the app are all server-side. If you switch them on one device you should see that on any others. If that is not the case let me know - something is amiss. Just double-checking.
When you get the email are you getting them with a push alert too? In other words, are they valid alert emails? Or do they seem old or otherwise wrong?

This is an odd one so just trying to get more details. Basically there's only one spot that sends out emails, and it's along with the rest of the push alerts. And it checks that server-side setting, which should be reflected on app devices.

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September 21, 2013, 10:50:42 PM
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It is a valid alert, because I got a push alert at the same time. That's why I have e-mail alerts off, I just have no need for it since I have push alerts enabled.

I've only got three e-mail alerts, all valid:

12 Sept 6:12 PM
15 Sept 2:12 PM
and Today at 2:57 PM

All are EDT. All for the same rig and same device.

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September 21, 2013, 10:57:15 PM
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A MobileMiner devices shot

iOS 7, Android 2.3, Android 4.3, Windows Phone 7, Windows Phone 8

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September 22, 2013, 06:26:31 PM
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I found multiminer while multipool.us was down and so far it works just great! More coins to choose from, freedom. Thanks a lot for the app.

An idea or two that could be implemented for further improvement:

1. A 'profiles' system. Not everyone is running dedicated mining rigs, some fit in 2-3 GPU's in their regular use PC. When hashing is going on at full rate the PC is too laggy. When I used .bats, I made two versions for each currency, full hash for when I'm not using system and System usable when I'm trying to browse do mild stuff.
2. Adjustable time gap for checking for the profitability?
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September 22, 2013, 07:19:00 PM
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1. A 'profiles' system. Not everyone is running dedicated mining rigs, some fit in 2-3 GPU's in their regular use PC. When hashing is going on at full rate the PC is too laggy. When I used .bats, I made two versions for each currency, full hash for when I'm not using system and System usable when I'm trying to browse do mild stuff.

There's an option under Settings, Advanced backend miner settings called "Automatically set Desktop Mode based on computer use". If you enable this, when your computer is in use Desktop Mode (using a D intensity) will automatically be used. When you stop using the computer, the intensities entered under Settings will be used.

2. Adjustable time gap for checking for the profitability?

There are options for 5, 15, and 30 minutes in the Strategies dialog (you may have already seen these). I'll be adding longer durations in the next update.

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September 23, 2013, 02:39:44 AM
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Version v1.2.34 is now available as a prerelease. A public release will be available in a couple of days with fixes for any reported issues.

  • When using auto-mining strategies, a coin configuration will now be disabled (with a notification) if all pools are down rather than stopping mining (with a dialog)
  • Added new options for the strategy check interval: 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours, 12 hours
  • Added the option to restart miners after a specified interval (from 5 minutes to 12 hours)
  • Added the currently mining pool for each device to the main screen
  • Improved support for inconsistent RPC API results
  • Manually added coin configurations were always added as SHA-256
  • Manually added coin configurations now require a symbol

This should address the following requests:

I've added multiple coins to MultiMiner (for example Bitcoin, Litecoin, Feathercoin, Xencoin, Digitalcoin etc). Because Litecoin is based on Scrypt, is is getting Scrypt-mined (and not SHA256-mined), which is good. But for example Xencoin is also based on Scrypt, but when I hit start (to let my GPU mine Xencoin) it starts to SHA256-mine it, instead of Scrypt-mine it.

thanks, btw any plan to show the pool that is running on any given coin?also to not restart mining so much

Sometimes my miners lock up my system if they run too long, or in the case of my p2pool miner, it starts spitting out all rejected shares or stale shares. The only way to fix this is to restart the miner. Is there any way you could put in a timer that would essentially just Stop mining then immediately re-start? Let the user set the "restart" interval. for me it would be somewhere around 8-12 hours.

I know you can't fix stupidity, as this one was on me, but this could happen for other reasons (DDoS on pool, and backup pool), so I was wondering if it was possible to select a "default" coin so that if an error like this is encountered, it either goes to the default coin, or the next coin in the list. Anything really, except for it to stop mining.

Also I think you were working on having the pool switch to next most profitable if the pools all down on one coin?

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September 23, 2013, 04:19:23 AM
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  • When using auto-mining strategies, a coin configuration will now be disabled (with a notification) if all pools are down rather than stopping mining (with a dialog)
Much needed and great addition. Good work.

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