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July 16, 2013, 02:43:06 AM
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Hi All,
 I have started a web control panel and am looking for some feedback on desired features, items of concerns and general thoughts.
I am relatively new to mining and do it as a hobby. I however realized that I was getting tired of logging into each machine to make changes and monitor the hash rate and temperature.
I am about 50-60% creating my MinerControlPanel (MCP for short).It is written (poorly) in PHP with a MySQL back end.
It allows tracking of gpu stats, miner up time and temperature.
It uses the cgminer api for real time (well...kinda with a slight delay).
The features that I am currently working on are the email/text alerting when miner goes offline or if temp limit is hit.
The site wide commands where to change all your miners pool info with one command.
There is also a LAN scan to auto add any miners it finds on the local LAN
Currently there is no limit on miners or GPUs it can track.
I started a quick little blog to start tracking its progress it is located here http://virgh.blogspot.com/.
Here are a few screenshots:

Here is the main page nothing fancy just a menu of miners organized by site(server) and by groups.
The menu will indicate if a miner is online, offline or if it needs an action applied.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Y0_Y06zNMtc/UeQrOC2PBLI/AAAAAAAAD9c/UNQjzLAnKvA/s640/main-2.PNG


Pool detail page with real time API information from miner.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-zhkjzX44NZE/UeQr8QEvc2I/AAAAAAAAD94/xWuvJdTu35U/s640/newpool2.PNG

GPU performance graphs.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-VK_H-G-B-pg/UeQr8NwQN4I/AAAAAAAAD90/FLRVAUYyd-M/s640/gpu.PNG

GPU configuration tab.
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--wIeo17ENoA/UeQr8DHIcNI/AAAAAAAAD-A/RxbF722ZeKU/s640/gpu-2.PNG

I appreciate any comments and thoughts.
Thank you
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July 16, 2013, 02:57:14 AM
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Hi All,
 I have started a web control panel and am looking for some feedback on desired features, items of concerns and general thoughts.
I am relatively new to mining and do it as a hobby. I however realized that I was getting tired of logging into each machine to make changes and monitor the hash rate and temperature.
I am about 50-60% creating my MinerControlPanel (MCP for short).It is written (poorly) in PHP with a MySQL back end.
It allows tracking of gpu stats, miner up time and temperature.
It uses the cgminer api for real time (well...kinda with a slight delay).
The features that I am currently working on are the email/text alerting when miner goes offline or if temp limit is hit.
The site wide commands where to change all your miners pool info with one command.
There is also a LAN scan to auto add any miners it finds on the local LAN
Currently there is no limit on miners or GPUs it can track.
I started a quick little blog to start tracking its progress it is located here http://virgh.blogspot.com/.
Here are a few screenshots:

Here is the main page nothing fancy just a menu of miners organized by site(server) and by groups.
The menu will indicate if a miner is online, offline or if it needs an action applied.



Pool detail page with real time API information from miner.


GPU performance graphs.


GPU configuration tab.


I appreciate any comments and thoughts.
Thank you

Use the search feature.

Don't re-invent the wheel.  There are number of apps that already do that.

Nothing new.  You'll be wasting your time.
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July 16, 2013, 04:11:16 PM
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I was afraid of that.
Maybe I am too late to the game.
Thank you for your responses I do appreciate them.
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