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Easy to use linux and windows platform with AMD and NVIDIA memory timings Smart Tune.
Site: https://app.mmpos.eu/

Join and talk to us at:
Discord link: https://discord.gg/P5J6Z5h
Telegram link: https://t.me/mmpos_intl

What is mmpOS?

Its a mining platform, optimised for stability and ease of use.
We provide a highly optimised ubuntu based linux os which runs our agent to handle overclocking, memory timings and miner management.
If you prefer Windows, we provide a standalone Windows agent too.
Everything is managed via an unified dashboard.

We are a paid solution with 8-14 devices free, forever.
To test our platform you additional to the free devices receive 180 credits to play with.
You pay per your daily device usage.

Supported hardware and requirements (mmpOS):

- To run mmpOS you need an at least 4GB usb stick (8GB recommended)
- Recommended memory is >= 4GB, although it works fine with 2GB for a couple of GPUs.
- SSD/HDD install is supported but not needed

Supported hardware and requirements (windows agent):

You are in charge of drivers and windows install. Also windows needs a SSD/HDD and more memory then mmpOS (linux)
Otherwise latest AMD and Nvidia driver is recommended. If you use AMD and modded bioses you need to apply the driver patch.
Compute-mode will be enabled automatically.

There is no additional software required except "atikmdag-patcher" if you use modded bioses on AMD Polaris.

Supported workers: (mmpOS)

Mixed rigs are supported, but as usual NVIDIA must be first in order (nvidia need to be in main 16x slot, via riser is fine)
We support different drivers to play with, but all listed cards should work with default installation.
Similiar to mixed rigs you can mix and match any generation of cards.

We support overall up to 22 GPUs per rig. (depending on PCIe slots and CPU/Motherboard)
AMD: Maximum of 13 GPUs (motherboard hard limit)
NVIDIA with display: Maximum of 13 GPUs (motherboard hard limit)
MIXED: 13 AMD or NVIDIA
NVIDIA without display(Mining editions): Tested with 19 P104-100 and 18 P106-100 on Asus mining expert B250.

GPUS:
 AMD
   Tonga: R9 280[X], R9 380[X].
   Hawaii: R9 290[X],390[X].
   Fiji: R9 Fury[X], R9 Nano
   Polaris: RX460, RX470, RX480, RX550, RX560, RX570, RX580, RX590
   Vega: All RX Vega56/Vega64 and Vega FE
   Navi: RX 5500/5600/5700
   Radeon VII ( Vega20 )
 AMD Limited support
   Tahiti: HD 7xxx series. While it runs fine, overclocking is not supported, use VBE to mod bios since SI don't support powerplay.
 NVIDIA
   Maxwell: Full support for NVIDIA 750Ti and 8xx, 9xx series[not very useful for mining].
   Pascal: All 10x0 series
   Volta: Never tested but should be supported.
   Turing: All new RTX series are fully supported, including fan settings.

FPGAS:
  SQRL Acorn: all available acorns should be supported tested with CLE 215+ and only miner for tribus has been included. If you happen to have different SQRL Acorn device you
   have to setup your miner using custom.sh implementation.
  

CPUs:
  All modern CPUs should be supported, although sensor support is included for Haswell, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and later for Intel and Ryzens for AMD.

Supported GPUs: (Windows)

Again you are in charge of the drivers, otherwise every card normally working on windows should work too.
Windows has some restrictions of cards per rig, if you have 8+ cards per rig, we recommend using mmpOS directly.

Features:
- Automatic memory timing tuning (SmartTune) on Vega, Pascal cards. Polaris with small boosting. Different levels and algo options for tuning.
- Overclocking and Power consumption control (either via voltage or watt limiting)
- GPU resetting on failure( must be enabled by user settings.ini - linux mmpOS only ).
- Automatic fan management (you set target temperature and fans will be adjusted automatically)
- Automatic update of miners (fixed version possible)
- Live and 30 day history of hashrates, temp/fans and other metrics
- Remote control for rig via teleconsole ( must not be used to update/upgrade system ).

Planned features:
- Farm support (create groups of rigs and grant others access to them)
- Multiple miner support (currently we support only one miner at the same time)

CLI helper(mmpOS):
In case some more experienced users or more familar ones with basic linux cli knowledge wants to do additional tweaks or perform more advanced operations.
Once you login via ssh using standard user 'miner' and default password or preset one, you will be greeted with 'helpme' output.
There is one command that is used for debugging 'debugme'. If you find yourself in trouble you can present the output of it in our telegram or discord channels.
The more interesting commmand though is 'mmp'. With this small app you can do lots of powerful things. Type 'mmp help' to reveal its full potential.

We offer lots of 3rd party apps inside the heart of mmpOS.
- atiflash - used to flash AMD bioses.
- nvflash - used to flash NVIDIA signed bioses.
- amdmeminfo - reports extended GPU information for enthusiasts.
- amdmemtweak - powerful memory tweaking tool - available for enthusiasts( Make sure to disable SmartTune before using - use with caution ).
- OhGodATool - maybe the first available Polaris powerplay tweaker - available for enthusiasts( might break agent settings - use with caution ).
- MMP VegaTool - our own Vega10(Vega56/64) powerplay tweaker - available for enthusiasts( might break agent settings - use with caution ).

Who are we;

We are two guys who started this project early 2018 with the intention to prove mining can be easier and without spending too many hours awake in order to
keep an eye on your rigs's health.
Then, with the help of a few friends and supporters, gained more courage, knowledge and wisdom to give birth to mmpOS and release it to the public.

First use FAQ
Q: What to do after I have downloaded `mmp-latest.img.gz`?

A: After successful download of `mmp-latest.img.gz` depending on the operating system you're using you should do the following:

A1: Windows10 - Go to https://www.balena.io/etcher/ and download latest Balena Etcher. Install and start it, choose Source: `mmp-latest.img.gz` and destination your USB/HDD/SSD drive.
WARNING!!! Be careful not to select a drive that has valuable information on it! Double - Triple verify to which drive you're writing!
After successful write a small partition of 19MB will appear writable with assigned drive letter, if it doesn't appear unplug/plug the drive and confirm it appears.
NOTE1: Go to https://app.mmpos.eu/, log in with your account and navigate to `Rigs` menu, then click on Get mmpOS(where you downloaded the image), click on Autoconf,
fill in any of the optional fields(your rig desired hostname and rig desired password) and click on `Generate and download`.
A file named autoconf.txt will prompt for saving, place it in the small partition which appeard in device manager earlier.
Unplug drive and plug it in your Rig, power it on and monitor your dashboard for newly created rigs.
NOTE2: If for some reason no rig appears in dashboard, please plug monitor to your first GPU(PCIe x16 slot or iGPU on motherboard) and watch for errors.
If you are unaware whats going on with the boot process, please contact us as soon as possible to resolve your issue.

A2: Windows7 - Steps on Windows 7 are the same as Windows10 except for the small partition appearing, it is not always recognized by Windows7.
After successful write, if small exfat partition does not appear, please put USB drive on either Windows10 PC or use one of the 2 other methods to register rigs.

A3: Linux/Mac OSX - These operating systems have built in tools to write directly onto attached USB drives.
NOTE3: All commands must be executed with admin privileges, a.k.a root, Ubuntu and similar linux distros can use `sudo` as prefix to cmds.
Linux: wget -O -  http://mirror.mmpos.eu/images/mmp-latest.img.gz | zcat | dd of=/dev/sd[X] bs=1M # Where sd[X] is your USB drive
WARNING!!! Be careful not to write to drive that has valuable information on it! Double - Triple verify to which drive you're writing!
Mac OS X: wget -O -  http://mirror.mmpos.eu/images/mmp-latest.img.gz | zcat | dd of=/dev/disk[X] bs=1M # Where disk[X] is your USB drive
WARNING!!! Be careful not to write to drive that has valuable information on it! Double - Triple verify to which drive you're writing!
Follow `NOTE1` for both Linux and Mac OS X. If linux does not recognize exfat partition, refer to your distro packages and install exfat-utils and exfat-fuse.

First steps after successful boot.

Q1: What should I do when the rig boots for the first time?
A1: Wait for the rig to appear on dashboard either via its mac address as hostname or the hostname you set in autoconf.txt.
A2: If you haven't provided proper autoconf.txt then you should attach monitor and wait for rig to display the IP it has. If you are on the same subnet as the rig is you should go to Dashboard->Rigs->Add rig
and type the IP you see on the monitor. If registration is successful the new rig will appear in Rigs menu and you can continue with next steps.
A3: If you are not on the same subnet type `ALT+F2` and login with default credentials. Then simply type `mmp register YOUR-RIG-CODE` where YOUR-RIG-CODE is the one in Dashboard->Rigs->Add rig->Rig code.

Q2: What is the first thing I should do after I see my rig in Rigs menu?
A4: First thing is to go to Dashboard->Wallets and add your wallet for the desired currency(Coin) you wish to start mining. After you have added your wallet, next step is to move left to Dashboard->Pools.
Click on `Add pool` and choose the currency(Coin) you just added your wallet. Under `Hostname` you fill the pools stratum address without `stratum+tcp://` or similar additions, just the domain of the pool.
Under `Port` you fill the pool's stratum port. Next is setting up the `Username` part which can be different for different pools, usually most common macro setup is %wallet_address%.%rig_name%%miner_id% -
Refer to `Macro definitions` section for more information. Click save and move left to `Miner profiles` addition. Click `Add profile`, choose your currency(Coin) to which wallet belongs, choose the platform you are running:
Linux/mmpOS or Windows 10, choose your desired miner( For every currency(Coin) there may be several miners, if you are unsure ask in telegram/discord ). If you need to add additional command line parameters to the miner you can
do that by editing params in `Advanced` section of your miner profile. If that is setup correctly, click save and move to the left one more time. Click on `Rigs`, click on your newly created rig and click `Configure`.
We are starting again from Right->Left. Click on `WORKER CONFIGURATION`, choose your device and click `Config`, set your custom device clocks/voltages/powerlimits(If unsure ask in telegram/discord).
You can save each setting using our `Global presets` by clicking on `Presets` save icon, load icon for loading a predefined preset. Click Update and move to the left to `MINER CONFIGURATION`. Set your desired
Target temperature, set your desired fan adjustment time and click `Update`. Move to the left in `GENERAL` section, name your rig if you want and from the dropdown menu `Miner profiles` select your precreated profile.
Click `Update` and monitor the status of your rig(Refer to FAQ section).

Frequently asked questions

Q1: How to mod timings on my GPUs? Where are AmdMemoryTweak and OhGodAnEnEthlargementPill?
A1: They are in `/opt/mmp/bin` directory part of `mmp-extra` package.
A2: We provide our own solution for automatic memory performance adjustment called `Smart Tune`, instead of putting values yourself we've already done 4 presets for each memory hard algorithm.
A3: If you still want to use them despite our solution, feel free to disable `Smart Tune` and use `custom.sh` to load your settings.

Q2: How to flash my NVIDIA or AMD Polaris bios?
A4: When you login via ssh type `mmp help`, we have provided atiflash and nvflash utilities for managing vbioses in cmd line.

Q3: Why can't I just upload/download GPU vbios via dashboard?
A5: Because its lowlevel task which usually puts at risk your hardware, we prefer you keeping your eyes constantly on that specific task.

Q4: Can I use custom miner or modified supported miner?
A6: Currently custom miners are not yet supported, we plan to introduce that feature in recent future.
A7: Depends on modification you can go copy miner binary over supported one in `/opt/mmp/miners/supported-miner/miner.bin` and use dashboard to launch it.
Keep in mind that if there is current miner update it will overwrite your modification.

Q5: Can I mine with Nicehash, Mining Rig Rentals and other similar pools?
A8: Yes you can, there are specific miner/pool settings for them to use but it is 100% possible.
A9: We do not provide BTC wallet support because BTC is not mined by GPUs/CPUs but you can use the coin responding to NH/MRR/MPH algorithm - for example choose ETH for Dagger-hashimoto and name it: ETH-NiceHash
and put your Bitcoin address.

Macro definitions of dashboard variables

Pool macros:
%pool_protocol% - Enables or disables SSL support for pools
%pool_server% - Equals stratum/pool server. ex. eu1.ethermine.org
%pool_port% - Equals stratum/pool server port. ex. 4444
Example: %pool_server%:%pool_port% = eu1.ethermine.org:4444
Example1 Claymore noSSL: %pool_protocol%%pool_server%:%pool_port%  = eu1.ethermine.org:4444
Example2 Claymore SSL: %pool_protocol%%pool_server%:%pool_port%  = ssl://eu1.ethermine.org:4444
User macros:
%user% = Pool->Username->%wallet_address%.%rig_name%%miner_id%
%wallet_address% = Wallets->Address
%rig_name% = Rigs->Name
%miner_id% = Miner identification in multiminer(1,2..)
wallets->address = 0x1234567891011121314151617181920212223
rigs->name = myRig1
Example Claymore noSSL: %pool_protocol%%pool_server%:%pool_port% -ewal %user% = eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal 0x1234567891011121314151617181920212223.myRig1
%password% = Pool->Pool needs password(default x)
Example Claymore noSSL: %pool_protocol%%pool_server%:%pool_port% -ewal %user% -epsw %password% = eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal 0x1234567891011121314151617181920212223.myRig1 -epsw x

Api Port:
%api_port% - depends on miner it usually determines to which port our agent should listen for miner API reports.

Non miner specific macros:
%gpu_idxs% - adds comma after each GPU Index - 0,1,2,3...
Example: If you have 6 GPUs and want to enable dual threads for specific miner, instead of typing --opencl-devices 0,0,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5 , you can replace with %gpu_idxs%,%gpu_idxs%

Miner specific macros:
%grinpro_amd% - specifies amd indexes for GrinPro miner. Ex amd:0,amd:1
%grinpro_nvidia% - specifies nvidia indexes for GrinPro miner. Ex 0,1

Miner specific settings in URI mode:

Special characters in variables
You can use the %xx (xx=hexvalue of character) to pass special values. Some examples:

Code   Character
%25   %
%26   &
%2e   .
%2f   /
%3a   :
%3f   ?
%40   @

Rig problems and solutions.

Q1: What is the difference between OK, Miner down and Rig down status?

A1: When status `OK` is seen it means rig has successfully started mining and you should see hashrate and shares coming from it.
A2: When status `Miner down` is seen it means agent is running but miner is down and is not performing properly.

Q2: How can I see why there is status `Miner down`?
A3: Usually when there are misconfigured parameters sent to miner cmd line lots of notifications indicating `Miner restarted` will appear in dashboard. If that is the case, please review your miner command line parameters.
A4: When there is no notifications other than `Miner down` you should login via ssh and type `debugme` and send the link output to one of our associates in telegram or discord to review the issue.
If you are more experienced in linux cli you can monitor logs in /var/log/mmp/agent.log and /var/log/mmp/miner.log and try to resolve the issue yourself. You can also issue `dmesg` command and seek for hardware faults.

Q3: What does `Rig down` mean?
A5: It means that either your rig is offline by unknown reason or agent has no access to the dashboard(No agent<->dashboard communication).
A6: If you have local access to the rig but still remains `Rig down`, login via ssh and type `debugme` and send the link output to one of our associates in telegram or discord to review the issue.

Q4: Why there is no display on my local monitor?
A7: Usually happens when native resolutions aren't supported on your monitor. There shouldn't be a problem to run headless though.

Q5: What does `Low hashrate` notification message mean?
A8: It means last iteration of hashrate gathering is lower than the previous which triggers that alarm. Usually happens when one or more GPUs crash.

Q6: How to find out which GPU crashed?
A9: Thats a tricky task, you can do that by logging via ssh right after rig has booted and monitoring via `miner` command alias.
A10: You can disable miner and system watchdog if and wait for `Low hashrate` alert and then login via ssh and type `debugme` and send the link output to one of our associates in telegram or discord to review the issue.


Q7: What if I see other issues that are not listed here?
A11: These are usually most common issues you will see. If by any chance you have other issues, do not hesitate to contact us via our official telegram group or discord server.










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MMP built-in coin support:

ANON - using equihash(zhash) algorithm
AEON - using cryptonight-light algorithm
AION - using equihash(210,9) algorithm
BBS Coin(BBSCOIN) - using cryptonight-light algorithm
Beam(BEAM) - using equihash 150,5 algorithm
BitTube(TUBE) - using cryptonight-saber variant algorithm
Bitcoin Diamond(BCD) - using BCD algorithm algorithm
Bitcoin Gold(BTG) - using equihash(zhash) algorithm
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) - using equihash(zhash) algorithm
Bitsend(BSD) - using xevan algorithm
Bytom(BTM) - using bytom algorithm
Denarius(DNR) - using tribus algorithm
Electroneum(ETN) - obsolete(cryptonight original overtaken by ASICs)
Ethereum(ETH) - including Ethereum classic(ETC) - using ethash algorithm
Ethereum fork - all forks using ethash algorithm except ETH and ETC or nicehash
FeatherCoin(FTC) - using neoscrypt algorithm
Gentarium(GTM) - using lyra2z algorithm
Graft(GRFT) - using cryptonight v8 variant
Gravium(GRV) - using x16r algorithm
Grin(GRIN) - using cuckaroo29/cuckatoo31 algoirthm
Loki(LOKI) - using cryptonight-heavy variant
LuxCoin(LUX) - using phi2 algorithm
Masari(MSR) - using cryptonight-light variant
MonaCoin(MONA) - using neoscrypt algorithm
Monero(XMR) - using cryptonight v8 variant
Motion(XMN) - using x16r algorithm
Phoenix(PNX) - using neoscrypt algorithm
PigeonCoin(PGN) - using x16s algorithm
Raven(RVN) - using x16r algorithm
Revolver(REV) - using x11 evo( obsolete overtaken by ASICs) algorithm
Ryo(RYO) - using cryptonight-heavy variant
Suqa(SUQA) - using x22i algorithm
TurtleCoin(TRTL) - using cryptonight-light variant
UFO - using neoscrypt algorithm
Ubiq - using ubqhash algorithm
Veil - using x16rt algorithm
Vertcoin - using lyra2v3 algorithm
XDNA - using hex algorithm
Zcoin - using MTP algorithm
Zcash - using equihash(overtaken by ASICs - to be considered obsolete) algorithm

MMP built-in miners supported:

GrinPro - propietary cuckaroo29/cuckatoo31 AMD/NVIDIA miner with 2% devfee - http://grinpro.io *HOT*
EWBF Equihash - propietary equihash(zhash) NVIDIA miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4466962.0
lolMiner Equihash - propietary equihash(zhash) AMD miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4591317.0 - version 0.7 supports Beam mining *HOT*
xmrig-amd - Open source AMD cryptonote miner. - https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig-amd
xmrig-nvidia - Open source AMD cryptonote miner. - https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig-nvidia
xmr-stak -Open source AMD and NVIDIA miner(requires config adjustments via cli) - https://github.com/fireice-uk/xmr-stak
/ we have preserved devfee to support XMRig,XMR-Stak developers! /
cast_xmr - propietary cryptonote miner with devfee - http://www.gandalph3000.com/
teamredminer - pripietary lyra2z,phi2,cryptonight v8 miner - https://github.com/todxx/teamredminer
ccminer - Open source NVIDIA multialgo miner based on - https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer
CryptoDredge - propietary NVIDIA multialgo miner with devfee - https://cryptodredge.org/
t-rex - propietary NVIDIA multialgo miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4432704.0
bminer - propietary NVIDIA equihash,ethash,bytom miner with devfee - http://bminer.me/
Claymore-Dual - pripietary AMD/NVIDIA ethash + second coin miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.0
Claymore-zec - propietary AMD equihash original miner with devfee ( obsolete ) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1670733.0
Claymore-cryptonote - propietary AMD cryptonight original(v7) miner with devfee ( obsolete ) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=638915.0
dstm-zec - propietary NVIDIA equihash original miner ( obsolete ) with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.0
ethminer - Open source AMD and NVIDIA ethash, progpow miner officially supported by MMP founders! - https://github.com/ethereum-mining/ethminer
Phoenixminer - propietary AMD and NVIDIA ethash, ubiqhash miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2647654.0
sgminer-uni - Open source multialgo miner based on - https://github.com/nicehash/sgminer
sgminer-fancyx - Open source multialgo miner based on - https://github.com/fancyIX/sgminer-phi2-branch
wildrig-multi - propietary AMD multialgo miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5023676.0
z-enemy - propietary NVIDIA multialgo miner with devfee - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3378390.0

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Awesome. first to reply!

Everyone should try this out. The team has worked very hard on getting this public!
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Even though I'm not into mining anymore I've tested the platform on my old rig since windows was driving me nuts.... and yes, it's really good.
Very user-friendly setup, nice interface and very easy communication with the devs

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I've been looking for mining os for my older cards so this is great I was wondering if Pitcairn is supported I have some 270,280, and 390's what do I need to do to control the clocks Thanks
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I've been looking for mining os for my older cards so this is great I was wondering if Pitcairn is supported I have some 270,280, and 390's what do I need to do to control the clocks Thanks
Hi, we support 280,380 out of the box, in order to control Hawaii(390) and Pitcairn you have to switch to experimental variant. Once installed login via ssh and type mmp-update --set-experimental && mmp-update. We are currently experimenting with r9 390 and it seems to work just fine but official stable variant is still pending until all tests pass.

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As of 01.01.2019 we have current miner versions:

EWBF Equihash - v0.6
lolMiner Equihash - v0.6
xmrig-amd - v2.8.7
xmrig-nvidia - v2.8.7
xmr-stak - v2.7.1
cast_xmr - v1.6.6
teamredminer - v0.3.8
ccminer - v2.8.1
CryptoDredge - v0.15.2
t-rex - v0.8.9
bminer - v11.0
Claymore-Dual - v12.0
Claymore-zec - v12.6
Claymore-cryptonote - v11.3
dstm-zec - v0.6.2
ethminer - v0.18-staging
Phoenixminer - v4.0b
sgminer-uni - v1.0.9
sgminer-fancyx - v5.6.1
wildrig-multi - 0.15.8
z-enemy - v1.28

We are constantly updating miners and adding new coins to our wallet support list, feel free to propose miners of your choice!

Happy New 2019 to all!

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January 01, 2019, 08:24:37 PM
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This is one of the easy and troubleless platform I ever used , just plug the USB and everything you want to do is on your phone or PC . I love it.
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January 03, 2019, 08:33:14 AM
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This is the first mining OS that was able to actually set voltages for Polaris cards. I tried a lot of alternatives and they were not able to suit my needs. You can switch to different algos with the most recent mining software in no time.
The Telegram community is very active and the devs are working 24/7 to provide new features and support the users.

Definitely worth trying.
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January 07, 2019, 06:06:12 PM
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New version released: mmp-2.6.8_public_beta

CHANGELOG

Added new tool - mmp!

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>>  Usage 'mmp set-variant' to set image driver base variant, 'mmp set-variant help' for more info
>>  Usage 'mmp set-name' to set your rig new hostname
>>  Usage 'mmp update' to initiate system update process  - Proceed with CAUTION!
>>  Usage 'mmp upgrade' to initiate system upgrade process  - Proceed with CAUTION!
>>  Usage 'mmp netconf' to initiate network configuration  - Proceed with CAUTION!
>>  Usage 'mmp swap --add | --remove' adds or removes swapfile to your MMP system
>>  Usage 'mmp expand' to expand your MMP ROOT filesystem  - Proceed with CAUTION!
>>  Usage 'mmp reset --soft | --hard' --soft deletes /mmp-config/config.json, --hard resets miners and ssh keys too  - WARNING - DANGEROUS!!!
>>  Usage 'mmp force-reboot' issues sysrq hardreset to system - WARNING - DANGEROUS!!!
>>  Usage 'mmp help' or 'mmp -h' to repeat this message

Upgraded base layout system.
Reduced EFI partition to 256MB.

Important change - autoconf.txt no longer provided within vfat partition, you can now safely copy newly generated one from dashboard!

Added simple FTP server pointing to /mmp-config directory. You can backup your configs via FTP now.

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January 08, 2019, 08:30:31 AM
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Registration link: https://app.minegate.eu/

What is MMP OS?
System consists of 3 key elements:
Base: It controls boot process, manages driver sets and checks for system consistency.
Agent: It controls miners and GPU overclocking process.
Dashboard: It controls agent.

What MMP OS is NOT?
It is not just another mining operating system!
Install and see for yourself.



Supported hardware
At least 4GB of usb flash drive or SSD/HDD - 8GB recommended.
Recommended memory is >= 4GB, although it works fine with 2GB for a couple of GPUs.
ANY motherboard having PCIe slot.
At least one GPU must be installed!

Supported GPUs
 AMD
   Tonga: R9 280[X], R9 380[X].
   Polaris: All RX 4xx/5xx series.
   Vega: All RX Vega56/Vega64 variants.
 AMD Limited support
   Tahiti: HD 7xxx series. While it runs fine, overclocking is not supported[pending support in experimental]
   Hawaii: R9 290[X],390[X]. Supported in experimental variant [ mmp-update --set-experimental && mmp-update to switch ]
 NVIDIA
   Maxwell: Full support for NVIDIA 750Ti and 8xx, 9xx series[not very useful for mining].
   Pascal: All 10x0 series
   Volta: Never tested but should be supported.
   Turing: All new RTX series are supported[possibly], while only RTX 2070 and RTX2080ti have been tested we assume all are.

 Mixed rigs are supported, but as usual NVIDIA must be first in order

Features
Overclocking of all supported GPUs.
Powerdraw control (either via voltage or watt)
Live and 30day history of mining stats.
Remote control your rigs.
Easy auto-update of OS itself and miners.

Upcoming features
Farm support, manage multiple rigs for you or someone else.
OC Presets, we currently support presets, but in the future you can create your own.

Extra software options
To use those options you have to login via ssh or local terminal.
By default login username is: miner
By default password is: mmpOS - you set this in autoconf.txt , if not use default.
Installation and Autoconfiguration
http://mirror.minegate.eu/images/README.txt -  Read this before you start.

If you think your hardware can perform better you can test different variants of the OS.
This does not require installing different image, we have driver/system control option.
mmp-update
  By default it is set to stable
  To set it to different variant use: mmp-update --set-[variant]
  Supported variants: legacy, stable, unstable, compat[usually for keeping compatitibility with older releases] and experimental.
  Each variant may have different kernel or driver, it is up to you to decide which one suits you best.
We have also small debugging tool which pastebins current logs so we can help resolving issues: debugme
And for anything else you can just type: helpme

Who are we
We are two guys who started this project a year ago with the intention to prove mining can be easier and without spending too many hours awake in order to
keep an eye on your rigs's health.
Then, with the help of a few friends and supporters, gained more courage, knowledge and wisdom to give birth to MMP OS and release it to the public.


Current status of MMP OS
We are in Public beta . This means we are operational but bugs and issues are expected.
We have quite large TODO list of features to implement into the system for the next 3-6 months
and with your help and debugging we may even extend that list.


Last but not least: Minegate != Minergate

Join and talk to us at:
Discord link: https://discord.gg/P5J6Z5h
Telegram link: https://t.me/mmpos_intl
IRC channel #minegate on Freenode network.

We wish you Happy Holidays and uninterruptable mining process!
All newcomers receive 180 credits on register, this is enough for 14 GPUs for 1 month!




Easy to use mining specific operating system - i've been using it for a few months, and i can't imagine a better OS for mining out there. Good job guys!
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January 08, 2019, 10:24:19 AM
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I've been using this for about a month or so and really like it. I've never mined before. I got interested after buying some Whalesburg tokens and watching their progress with their mining pool made me want to learn more. So, I bought a GPU for an old PC and tried a few different mining operating systems before being advised by an experienced miner to try this one so I did.

Out of all those I tried I liked this, particularly as the telegram group is populated by really helpful, nice people, even to the point of improving my BIOS to get the most out of it. I've now added a second card :-)

It is very easy to get up and running, just download the disk image, shove it on a USB then boot with a config file from the website, where you just configure any pools/mining choices. The tweaking of the overclocking stuff works really well, and others have said it's the only OS that actually works properly to set the voltage (I set all my initial settings as per advice from the telegram group).

I went from never having done any mining, to watching my pool profits come in, in literally no time (admittedly, I'm a software developer which probably helps). I'd thought it would be a lot more complex to be honest and I can't actually see how anyone could make it any easier.

I've been using the latest update for 24 hours, and only whilst here writing this have I read about the new mmp tool which is really nice having just tried it, and the existing debugme tool is simple but brilliant.

Jeremy
PS The combination with this and Whalesburg is all I need. If anyone wants to try Whalesburg pool (here is an on-going comparison with this and other pools https://mirelle.io/whalesburg-easy-to-use-profit-switching-pool/) feel free to use my referral code which is BLQ0 (see https://whalesburg.com/?p=BLQ0) if you don't have any of their tokens as I think you'll get a better income.
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January 27, 2019, 09:44:01 PM
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CHANGELOG 27.01.2019

Updated agent to version 2.5.5
Added support for GrinPro miner for both AMD and NVIDIA 6+ GPUs
Added additional support for allium, lyra2Zz, lyra2rev3 with sgminer-fancyx for AMD.
Started initial work on MMP Smart NVIDIA tune where all NVIDIA Pascal get tuned if memory is being used. Expected ethash hashrate increase ~1/2% for Samsung and Micron ones. Expected ethash hashrate increase ~15% for Hynix 3G/6G NVIDIA GPUs.

Thank you for choosing MMP OS!

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January 31, 2019, 10:14:44 PM
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CHANGELOG 31.01.2019

We are proud to announce MMP NVIDIA Smart Tune, which gives all NVIDIA Pascal GPUs a small ethereum/cryptonight/grin boost in hashrate.
During our long development period we have managed to detect memory vendor of NVIDIA gpu and report it to our dashboard for your information and clock configuration.
So here are some results we have managed to gather:

* 1060 3GB Hynix *
UBIQ mining from 19.8MH to 23.9MH with smart tune enabled.

* 1060 6GB Micron *
UBIQ mining from 23.1MH to 23.8MH with smart tune enabled.

* 1060 6GB Samsung *
UBIQ mining from 24.4MH to 25.1MH with smart tune enabled.

* 1070 8GB Micron *
UBIQ mining from 31MH to 31.5MH with smart tune enabled.

* 1080 and 1080Ti *
Results are similar to OhGodAnEnlargementPill but we made small improvement and should get a boost of ~0.5%.

We will submit more bench results when we gather enough data to compare between stock and tuned.

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Important MMP base update:
We now support restore.txt as one time hostname/password setup/restore.

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Thank you for choosing MMP OS!

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February 01, 2019, 02:05:39 AM
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anyone tested grin pro miner speed under linux for amd?
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February 01, 2019, 09:48:22 AM
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anyone tested grin pro miner speed under linux for amd?
Yes it works good.
2gps for 580s and 3+gps for Vega56/64.

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February 13, 2019, 08:15:03 AM
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CHANGELOG 13.02.2019

Introducing: Smart tune factor, where you can adjust your NVIDIA tune without losing stability!
Start work on Radeon Vega Smart Tune.
Introducing Ryzen+NVIDIA full support - in order for your beloved NVIDIA to work on Ryzen family motherboards once you boot you need to edit ~/settings.ini and set
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MEM_ENCRYPT_OFF=1
If you happen to have FM2 motherboard and is not booting with more than 2 GPUs at a time, boot with just one, edit ~/settings.ini and set
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IOMMU_SOFT=1
There are plenty of options that we haven't fully explaind, if you have specific needs, don't hesitate to contact us on discord or telegram!
Introducing driver variant "Highly Experimental". Uses linux kernel 5.0, NVIDIA driver 418.30 and ROCm OpenCL.
To migrate to it just type
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mmp update && mmp set-variant hiexp && mmp upgrade
You can always return back to any other profile by typing
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mmp set-variant your-variant
Supported variants currently are:

Stable - mmp set-variant stable - boot default, uses linux kernel 4.18.20, NVIDIA 410 driver series and OpenCL 18.10 for Polaris, 18.40 for Vega.
Unstable - mmp set-variant unstable - uses linux kernel 4.18.20, NVIDIA 415 driver series and OpenCL 18.10 for Polaris, 18.40 for Vega.
Experimental - mmp set-variant exp - uses linux kernel 4.20.1, NVIDIA 415 driver series and OpenCL 18.10 for Hawaii(full support of AMD Hawaii family - 290,390).
Highly Experimental - mmp set-variant hiexp - uses linux kernel 5.0.0, NVIDIA 418 driver series and ROCm OpenCL 2.1( Suitable only for Radeon Vega family )
Legacy - mmp set-variant legacy - uses linux kernel 4.18.20, NVIDIA 390 driver series and OpenCL 18.10 for Polaris, 18.40 for Vega( Suitable for Older NVIDIA family - Maxwell, Kepler )

Show ASIC and HBM2 temperature in cli console.
You can see step-by-step writing image to USB/SSD/HDD in discord #faq
Don't forget to join https://discord.gg/P5J6Z5h

All miners are auto updated and you don't have to do anything, you can set static version if you don't want auto updates!



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February 17, 2019, 04:36:15 PM
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CHANGELOG: 17.02.2019

Added new driver variant: radeon7
To enable type: mmp set-variant radeon7 && mmp upgrade
Upgraded linux kernel to 4.19.23 on unstable and radeon7 variants.
Small bug fixes and UI enhancements.

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March 02, 2019, 06:54:01 PM
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# 02. March 2019 Update agent + dashboard

* Updated agent to 2.7.0
* Optimized overclocking for AMD vega
* Added support for AMD Vega 56/64 smart tune of timings (samsung memory only)
* Added Vega memory vendor/type detection
* Streamlined smart tune. Now only off, auto, low, med and high.
* Added display of asic (amd) and hbm2 (amd vega) temperatures to dashboard
* Fix for AMD dpm state detection on mixed rigs
* Optimized power usage of AMD cards if mining is disabled

Thank you for choosing MMP OS!

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