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August 08, 2018, 02:53:52 PM
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We are glad to represent you new remote asics monitoring and management service - https://asic.tools/en

In short, the main advantages:

- At the moment the service is completely free

- No additional hardware is required (a separate server, raspberry pi, etc.)

- Set up Bitmain ASICs in two clicks

- Notifications by Telegram and mail. The functionality of the silent mode for secific hours is available.

- Grouping by the location of the asics

- Excellent ability to change the configuration of the asic pools without support service (for those who place their asics at remote technical sites)

- Automatic rebooting and resaving of pools (in case of fall of the hashrate or if the ASIC has fallen)



How does it work?

If you are a professional miner or have just a few devices for generating crypto currency, you are probably familiar with a number of problems and tasks that you must periodically solve to ensure the effective operation of your devices. They can be divided into 3 types of tasks:

    — monitoring,
    — control and
    — device configuration changes.


The work of the monitoring and automatic control system is performed by a sh script working under operating system of the device itself. At the initial setting, you will copy to your miner a script, which regularly sends statistical data for monitoring in an encrypted form. The installation of the script may vary depending on the type of device and is described on the page How to add a device.

Using the service, you will save time for monitoring the status of mining devices. When there are some problems with its operability, the service will automatically take measures to eliminate possible reasons for not working properly and will notify you in the Telegram messenger if autocontrol is not able to solve the problem.

Also the main advantage of the service is the possibility of group editing of such parameters of device configuration as pools and workers. This function will allow you to change the pool addresses for several devices at once.

Device monitoring

Each device connected to the service sends its status information every 3 minutes. Based on monitoring data of each device, a number of rules can be applied for automatic control of it. How to add a device to monitoring is described below.

Device control

The main advantage of the service is automatic control over the device based on monitoring indicators of it. If the hash falls more than 20% below the norm, the service will ask for the device to reset the pool settings, which in most cases is enough to restore normal operation. If this operation does not return the hash rate back to normal, the device will be sent a command to reboot. After completing these two scenarios, you will be notified in the Telegram instant messenger if the device hashrate will not rise back. Also you will be notified of the complete lack of communication with the device.

Device configuration changes

The service provides the possibility of group change of addresses of pools and workers for mining devices of the same type. To do this, go to the page Monitoring, note one or several devices of the same type and in the form that appeared from the bottom choose the action "Change pools".

Which devices can be connected to the service?

At the moment there are instructions for connecting to the service of the following devices:

    — Antminer A3
    — Antminer D3
    — Antminer L3+
    — Antminer L3++
    — Antminer S9
    — Antminer S9i
    — Antminer T9+
    — Antminer X3
    — Innosilicon A4+
    — Innosilicon A5+
    — Baikal miner


Question about the possibility of connecting a device that is not in the instructions you can ask send to admin@asic.tools


How to add a device to the service?
You can read the instructions for connecting your device to the service by clicking on the link https://asic.tools/en/device/add.

How to delete a device from the service?
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To remove a device from the monitoring system, follow the instructions from the page https://asic.tools/en/device/add#delete.

Some frequently asked questions

1. How to combine devices into groups?

There is a possibility to create any new groups for devices on your own to display them as you want on the monitoring page. For example, devices are geographically located in different places. You can assign one device group named "Address 1", others - with the name "Address 2". Then select "Sort by"> "Groups" from the drop-down list.
https://asic.tools/assets/images/group_en.jpg

2. How to enable Telegram notifications and what is "Silent Mode"?

For your convenience, the service can notify the abot operation of your devices using Telegram messenger. To enable that, you need to go through a simple procedure of linking your Telegram with the account on our service. Just add the @AsicTools_bot to your Telegram and follow its instructions.

PS: Telegram is linked using confirmation by email, so email specification in your account is OBLIGATORY.

Silent mode is a convenient function by which you can receive silent notifications at the specified hours. In the picture below, the silent mode is set to silent messages from 21:00 to 9:00 and from 13:00 to 14:00 Smiley
https://asic.tools/assets/images/silent_en.jpg

3. My asic is highlighted in red with the text "Was active 2018-07-19 16:14" on the monitoring page.

The text "Was active ..." always indicates the complete absence of communication with the device. This happens in cases when the device does not send data about its life. Possible reasons for the absence of communication:

    — make sure that asic is turned on and that it is provided with stable access to the Internet;
    — the device may need to be rebooted;
    — repeat the procedure of adding a script to the device following the instructions.
https://asic.tools/assets/images/dead_en.jpg

4. The device is highlighted in red with the text "0 days 17 h 36 m"

Showed Uptime and a red background indicates that the device is successfully sending reports, but with a zero hashrate. If the autocontrol mode is enabled for asic, then our service will perform resave of pools and reboot of the device, if the resave does not return the device back to normal. If autocontrol is disabled, you can try to resave the device pools manually by clicking the "Resave Pools" button on the page Monitoring > Management.
You can also check the availability of the mining pools for which your device is configured.
https://asic.tools/assets/images/null_en.jpg

5. The device is highlighted, the hashrate is red

The service draws your attention to the device with a hashrate 20% lower than normal. If the autocontrol mode is enabled for asic, then our service will perform resave of the pools and reboot of the device, if the resave does not return the device back to normal. If autocontrol is disabled, you can try to resave the device pools manually by clicking the "Resave Pools" button on the page Monitoring > Management.
https://asic.tools/assets/images/ill_en.jpg

6. I clicked the "Reboot" button but nothing happened

All the commands you decide to perform and autocontrol commands are set to the queue from which they are picked up by the device the next time it is accessed. Therefore, command are not executed immediately. The command may take from 3 to 10-15 minutes. You can check whether the device received the command by clicking on the icon in the device line.
PS: If the device is inactive at the moment, the command will remain in the waiting state for 15 minutes and will be deleted automatically after. In this case, the command will not be executed next time the device is accessed.
https://asic.tools/assets/images/reboot_en.jpg
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August 08, 2018, 05:26:41 PM
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August 09, 2018, 11:46:49 AM
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Service does not contain Trojans. We created it for our own needs and offer you for convenience.
We DO NOT open the ports of your device, DO NOT make any changes to the work of the miner and DO NOT use it for our own purposes. It is an open source system so you can explore and check its code. Any moment you can stop using the service by following the instructions on deleting the settings on your devices.
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September 21, 2018, 04:04:22 PM
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Update    09/21/2018:

- the design of the Asic.tools service was completely updated

- added support for new devices Antminer Z9, Antminer Z9-mini

- Fixed bug when adding Baikalov (N-Series)

- Improved usability of service

 
At the moment we are at Miningconf in Tbilisi. If someone has a desire to meet and discuss the work of the service at the conference (September 21-23) - write in a personal. With pleasure we will hear criticism and wishes personally.
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October 20, 2018, 09:30:16 AM
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I have been reviewing this site for a couple of days and it seems to be very helpful in monitoring one of my sites. 

Importance to me is:
1. Is the Miner running?
    -Measured in THs
    -Updates at a convenient rate
    -I can see the status of all of the Miners
2. How efficiently is the Miner running?
    -Using Average THs
    -Seeing the Temperatures of the Miners
3. Can I change the pools all at once?
    -Is the format easy to use

The Answer is Yes.  The Dashboard is simple and performs all of the functions I need to understand my mining operation, make decisions based on the information and then change one or groups of miners.
This is a very good Miner Manager!  I am looking forward to see their future developments.  I have attached a pic of the dashboard in it compact mode; the full mode has more information.  Let me know what you think.




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