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May 02, 2018, 05:10:54 AM
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Full Cycle Mining Controller
Monitoring and active management for your mining operation

Temperature and Hash rate of ASIC miners
Alerts based on customizable rules
Switch Pools and Reset miner commands
Discover new miners on the network
Automatically configure miners with your pool worker accounts
Temperature and Humidity monitoring of your mining room
Photos of your mining room sent to you on a schedule
Configurable, extensible architecture built on workflow components and micro services
Web UI for monitoring and management
Runs on Raspberry Pi

Open source available on github.

https://github.com/dfoderick/fullcycle
https://github.com/dfoderick/fullcyclereact
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May 06, 2018, 09:45:07 PM
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I wonder if all these outputs could be displayed on a low powered LCD screen through some controller api?
Does it make sense? Maybe add a switch to switch between the stats of multiple connected miners. It could be a neat little gadget.
If anyone can gather any sense about what I am talking about, then get in touch through PM.

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May 07, 2018, 03:49:08 PM
Last edit: August 01, 2018, 12:10:45 AM by frodocooper
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I wonder if all these outputs could be displayed on a low powered LCD screen through some controller api?
Does it make sense? Maybe add a switch to switch between the stats of multiple connected miners. It could be a neat little gadget.

Not a switch - a bus. A message bus. All devices are interconnected through a message bus so any device can listen to messages on the bus or can publish messages that other devices can listen to. Full cycle supports this for very flexible deployment strategies that scale.

The miner stats and sensor readings are broadcast on the bus so you can do anything you want with them. Display on screen, push to cloud, etc. The Raspberry Pi with LCD touch screen is just an entry level starting point for a small size farm.

Software components to extend and customize the controller can be written in any language that can talk to the bus. Python, Javascript, PHP, Go, ...
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May 09, 2018, 05:21:50 AM
Last edit: August 01, 2018, 12:11:01 AM by frodocooper
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Not a switch - a bus. A message bus. All devices are interconnected through a message bus so any device can listen to messages on the bus or can publish messages that other devices can listen to. Full cycle supports this for very flexible deployment strategies that scale.

The miner stats and sensor readings are broadcast on the bus so you can do anything you want with them. Display on screen, push to cloud, etc. The Raspberry Pi with LCD touch screen is just an entry level starting point for a small size farm.

Software components to extend and customize the controller can be written in any language that can talk to the bus. Python, Javascript, PHP, Go, ...

How difficult would it be to;
Let's say, hooking up 5 GPU based mining rigs with a RPi and display the stats on a mini display
Versus, hooking the same setup with 5 Asic miners?

And can you teach me? How much would it cost? PM me the details.

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May 09, 2018, 05:09:37 PM
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First, find out if your GPU miner software is compatible with "cgminer api". It should be compatible.
You enable it with "--api-listen" in the command line.
If it has api then it will just work.

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