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keithyong
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October 14, 2019, 06:48:02 AM
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I'm having problem on T9+ which the hashrate dropped till 7th ++

Code:
driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[3]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:3 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J4] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:3 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:3 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:3 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[8]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:8 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J9] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:8 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:8 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:8 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[9]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:9 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J10] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:9 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:9 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:9 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[10]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:10 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J11] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:10 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:10 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:10 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[11]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:11 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J12] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:11 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:11 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:11 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[12]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:12 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J13] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:12 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:12 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:12 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4608:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[13]
driver-btm-c5.c:4610:set_frequency: Chain:13 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4620:set_frequency: Chain[J14] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4681:set_frequency: Chain:13 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:4821:set_frequency: Chain:13 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:4822:set_frequency: Chain:13 min freq=575


driver-btm-c5.c:4831:set_frequency: Miner fix freq ...
driver-btm-c5.c:4250:ProcessFixFreqForChips: totalRate = 10618, fixed_totalRate = 10710
driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[1]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:1 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J2] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:1 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:1 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:1 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[2]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:2 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J3] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:2 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:2 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:2 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[3]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:3 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J4] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:3 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:3 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:3 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[8]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:8 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J9] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:8 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:8 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:8 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[9]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:9 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J10] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:9 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:9 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:9 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[10]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:10 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J11] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:10 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:10 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:10 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[11]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:11 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J12] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:11 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:11 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:11 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[12]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:12 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J13] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:12 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:12 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:12 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:4866:set_frequency: read PIC voltage=890 on chain[13]
driver-btm-c5.c:4867:set_frequency: Chain:13 chipnum=18
driver-btm-c5.c:4876:set_frequency: Chain[J14] voltage added=0.0V
driver-btm-c5.c:4944:set_frequency: Chain:13 base freq=575
Asic[ 0]:575 Asic[ 1]:575 Asic[ 2]:575 Asic[ 3]:575 Asic[ 4]:575 Asic[ 5]:575 Asic[ 6]:575 Asic[ 7]:575
Asic[ 8]:575 Asic[ 9]:575 Asic[10]:575 Asic[11]:575 Asic[12]:575 Asic[13]:575 Asic[14]:575 Asic[15]:575
Asic[16]:575 Asic[17]:575
driver-btm-c5.c:5122:set_frequency: Chain:13 max freq=575
driver-btm-c5.c:5123:set_frequency: Chain:13 min freq=575

driver-btm-c5.c:5131:set_frequency: max freq = 575
driver-btm-c5.c:4149:ProcessFixFreq: totalRate = 10618, fixed_totalRate = 10500
driver-btm-c5.c:9614:init_uart_baud: set baud=1
driver-btm-c5.c:6605:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J9] PIC temp offset: 1,-4,0,0,0,0,33,28,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
driver-btm-c5.c:6639:calibration_sensor_offset: chain[9] temp chip I2C addr=0x98
driver-btm-c5.c:6672:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J9] chip[0] use PIC middle temp offset=-4 typeID=55
driver-btm-c5.c:6396:do_calibration_sensor_offset: New offset Chain[9] chip[0] local:58 remote:62 offset:29
driver-btm-c5.c:6765:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J9] chip[0] get middle temp offset=29 typeID=55
driver-btm-c5.c:6605:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] PIC temp offset: 1,-4,0,0,0,0,33,28,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
driver-btm-c5.c:6639:calibration_sensor_offset: chain[11] temp chip I2C addr=0x98
driver-btm-c5.c:6672:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] chip[0] use PIC middle temp offset=-4 typeID=00
driver-btm-c5.c:6777:calibration_sensor_offset: Warning: Chain[J11] has no temp offset in PIC! will fix it
driver-btm-c5.c:6901:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] use default temp chip[0]
driver-btm-c5.c:6331:do_calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] try read temp chip[0] ID=00 (I2C addr=0x98)
driver-btm-c5.c:6343:do_calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] try read temp chip[0] ID=00 (I2C addr=0x9A)
driver-btm-c5.c:6355:do_calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] try read temp chip[0] ID=00 (I2C addr=0x9C)
driver-btm-c5.c:6396:do_calibration_sensor_offset: New offset Chain[11] chip[0] local:-64 remote:-64 offset:21
driver-btm-c5.c:6906:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J11] chip[0] get middle temp offset=21 typeID=00
driver-btm-c5.c:6605:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J13] PIC temp offset: 1,-3,0,0,0,0,33,28,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
driver-btm-c5.c:6639:calibration_sensor_offset: chain[13] temp chip I2C addr=0x98
driver-btm-c5.c:6672:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J13] chip[0] use PIC middle temp offset=-3 typeID=55
driver-btm-c5.c:6396:do_calibration_sensor_offset: New offset Chain[13] chip[0] local:43 remote:45 offset:29
driver-btm-c5.c:6765:calibration_sensor_offset: Chain[J13] chip[0] get middle temp offset=29 typeID=55
driver-btm-c5.c:16050:re_open_core: open core on chain[1] [8] [9]...
driver-btm-c5.c:16067:re_open_core: open core on chain[2] [10] [11]...
driver-btm-c5.c:16083:re_open_core: open core on chain[3] [12] [13]...
driver-btm-c5.c:12129:set_working_voltage: setting to working voltage...
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 9 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[1] set voltage to 880
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 9 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[2] set voltage to 880
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 9 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[3] set voltage to 880
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 11 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[1] set voltage to 870
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 11 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[2] set voltage to 870
driver-btm-c5.c:2152:set_Voltage_S9_plus_plus_BM1387_54: set voltage 11 seccessful
driver-btm-c5.c:12109:slowly_downgrade_voltage_all_chain: chain[3] set voltage to 870
driver-btm-c5.c:9785:pic_heart_beat_func: chain[1] heart beat fail 1 times.
driver-btm-c5.c:16177:re_open_core: reopen core end
driver-btm-c5.c:10461:check_system_work: checking hash again
driver-btm-c5.c:9897:if_avg_hash_ok: avg hash rate = 0.000000, ideal hash rate = 10500
do read_temp_func once...

get RT hashrate from Chain[1]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=67.2590 Asic[02]=66.0850 Asic[03]=70.3800 Asic[04]=68.7860 Asic[05]=69.5080 Asic[06]=62.3100 Asic[07]=66.1020 Asic[08]=65.5980
Asic[09]=65.1120 Asic[10]=65.4470 Asic[11]=65.6490 Asic[12]=62.8810 Asic[13]=62.4280 Asic[14]=62.4780 Asic[15]=70.6150 Asic[16]=64.3900
Asic[17]=63.9540 Asic[18]=69.8930

get RT hashrate from Chain[2]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=65.7330 Asic[02]=66.8900 Asic[03]=61.1690 Asic[04]=64.5410 Asic[05]=63.7190 Asic[06]=65.4470 Asic[07]=66.2700 Asic[08]=63.5520
Asic[09]=64.2230 Asic[10]=67.6620 Asic[11]=61.2700 Asic[12]=58.3670 Asic[13]=65.8000 Asic[14]=61.1860 Asic[15]=69.7090 Asic[16]=59.3410
Asic[17]=61.2360 Asic[18]=63.6020

get RT hashrate from Chain[3]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=61.7400 Asic[02]=69.7930 Asic[03]=59.6760 Asic[04]=66.9570 Asic[05]=70.0610 Asic[06]=71.6210 Asic[07]=64.4740 Asic[08]=63.3500
Asic[09]=65.4140 Asic[10]=68.6020 Asic[11]=60.4650 Asic[12]=65.3970 Asic[13]=65.9000 Asic[14]=65.3130 Asic[15]=68.6520 Asic[16]=61.4040
Asic[17]=67.0920 Asic[18]=68.7020

get RT hashrate from Chain[8]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=69.4070 Asic[02]=64.6250 Asic[03]=65.9680 Asic[04]=61.7230 Asic[05]=67.6960 Asic[06]=63.6350 Asic[07]=66.7060 Asic[08]=65.0110
Asic[09]=66.6050 Asic[10]=62.7460 Asic[11]=66.8900 Asic[12]=62.3100 Asic[13]=68.5010 Asic[14]=66.0350 Asic[15]=61.8400 Asic[16]=66.6550
Asic[17]=70.0110 Asic[18]=66.6220

get RT hashrate from Chain[9]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=61.4710 Asic[02]=66.0680 Asic[03]=61.4880 Asic[04]=64.9440 Asic[05]=65.4810 Asic[06]=66.6050 Asic[07]=66.2360 Asic[08]=67.4100
Asic[09]=65.6320 Asic[10]=56.2700 Asic[11]=63.5350 Asic[12]=63.0150 Asic[13]=60.8170 Asic[14]=67.4770 Asic[15]=70.3800 Asic[16]=62.2600
Asic[17]=68.6350 Asic[18]=66.8400

get RT hashrate from Chain[10]: (asic index start from 1-18)

get RT hashrate from Chain[11]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=64.7600 Asic[02]=65.8500 Asic[03]=67.4610 Asic[04]=66.7900 Asic[05]=66.7730 Asic[06]=61.3200 Asic[07]=65.1960 Asic[08]=67.6620
Asic[09]=66.0850 Asic[10]=63.9540 Asic[11]=67.7120 Asic[12]=64.3900 Asic[13]=63.9370 Asic[14]=68.9200 Asic[15]=60.6160 Asic[16]=68.9200
Asic[17]=68.3500 Asic[18]=67.7460

get RT hashrate from Chain[12]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=72.1420 Asic[02]=63.3000 Asic[03]=62.3770 Asic[04]=64.0210 Asic[05]=64.9270 Asic[06]=66.9740 Asic[07]=64.8600 Asic[08]=64.6760
Asic[09]=62.6460 Asic[10]=65.1960 Asic[11]=64.8770 Asic[12]=68.5850 Asic[13]=68.3000 Asic[14]=67.9470 Asic[15]=69.7260 Asic[16]=68.8200
Asic[17]=65.0280 Asic[18]=65.4310

get RT hashrate from Chain[13]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=60.9680 Asic[02]=65.6320 Asic[03]=67.8970 Asic[04]=66.5380 Asic[05]=61.6890 Asic[06]=65.3800 Asic[07]=67.2430 Asic[08]=66.9910
Asic[09]=69.8770 Asic[10]=67.6450 Asic[11]=65.5650 Asic[12]=61.0010 Asic[13]=66.7560 Asic[14]=62.7460 Asic[15]=70.3460 Asic[16]=66.2530
Asic[17]=64.0380 Asic[18]=66.1520
Check Chain[J2] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J3] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J4] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J9] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J10] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J11] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J12] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J13] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Check Chain[J14] ASIC RT error: (asic index start from 1-18)
Done check_asic_reg
Chain[8] Chip[0] pcb temperature=73
Chain[8] Chip[1] junction temperature=91
Special fix Chain[8] Chip[1] middle Temp = 88
Done read temp on Chain[8]
read failed on Chain[10] Chip[1] middle Temp old value:15
Special fix Chain[10] Chip[1] middle Temp = 15
Done read temp on Chain[10]
Chain[12] Chip[0] pcb temperature=72
Chain[12] Chip[1] junction temperature=85
Special fix Chain[12] Chip[1] middle Temp = 87
Done read temp on Chain[12]
Max pcb temp : 73
Read temp failed, set fixed full fan speed
FAN PWM: 100
read_temp_func Done!
CRC error counter=0
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October 15, 2019, 02:09:23 AM
Last edit: October 15, 2019, 04:43:15 AM by frodocooper
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It's all in the kernel log , you have a whole chain (1/3 of one of the hash board)

Code:
get RT hashrate from Chain[10]: (asic index start from 1-18)

Above, is what your kernel shows, below is how it should be

Code:
get RT hashrate from Chain[9]: (asic index start from 1-18)
Asic[01]=61.4710 Asic[02]=66.0680 Asic[03]=61.4880 Asic[04]=64.9440 Asic[05]=65.4810 Asic[06]=66.6050 Asic[07]=66.2360 Asic[08]=67.4100
Asic[09]=65.6320 Asic[10]=56.2700 Asic[11]=63.5350 Asic[12]=63.0150 Asic[13]=60.8170 Asic[14]=67.4770 Asic[15]=70.3800 Asic[16]=62.2600
Asic[17]=68.6350 Asic[18]=66.8400

According to bitmain's T9+ chain explanation > https://support.bitmain.com/hc/en-us/articles/360020728133-T9-s-Chain-numbers-and-Fan-numbers-on-miner-status

The board that is connected to J2 is the one that has a dead chain (most left if I am not mistaken, but you can simply see where the data cables is connected)

So what does all this mean in simple English ?

That hash board is dying, eventually the other two chains on that hash board will die too , this usually happens due to over-heat causes by overclocking or poor cooling , and in many cases it just happens for no reasons.

Sometimes changing the firmware will fix similar issues, be careful with replacing a bad T9+ firmware , many people reporting issues after doing so, do a bit of reading before you go ahead and flash a a new firmware.

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Or simply unplug the dying board and run two boards. While annoying to lose hash,
 it is easy to do and often works well for the other good boards.

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October 15, 2019, 02:23:58 AM
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He does not really need to do that, the board won't work with missing chains anyway , whatever hashrate he is getting now, comes from the other 2 good boards , it's very unlikely that the 2 chains on that J2 will hash at all, i am not sure if this is firmware or hardware limitation, but that is what I learned from personal experience.

however,  leaving a half dead board on the miner could sometimes create some issues , the miner  may keep rebooting and attempting to find all 9 chains, I know some S9 firmware do that, not sure about T9+ , but it makes sense to simply get rid of that board, gave you a merit for that.

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Thanks, by the way how can i identify which hash board is dead?
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you can shut the gear off and pull the white info wire out along with the pci wires to the board on the left.

boot

wait for it to fire up and see if you guessed correctly  should take under 15 minutes to show the gui hashing.

if you guess correctly you are done if wrong shut it off. plug the white info wire back along with the pcie power wires.

try the board on the right  should take under 15 minutes to show the gui hashing.

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October 15, 2019, 04:56:11 PM
Last edit: October 16, 2019, 03:17:28 AM by frodocooper
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Check this link below to help you identify which hashboard is dying or dead.

- https://support.bitmain.com/hc/en-us/articles/226142788-Test-hash-board-one-by-one

Just make sure to run it for 15 minutes as philipma1957 said and check the kernel logs and save it to notepad to compared them to other hashboard kernel logs.

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