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July 28, 2017, 10:42:55 AM
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Awesome Miner profit mining really needs benchmark adjustments. When my rig is mining ETH solely using claymore I get 84 MH/s. When it is mining ETH+SC I get only 56 MH/s ETH. There is no way the 1670 MH/s SC compensates for a loss of nearly 30 MH/s ETH. Awesome Miner needs to consider the actual performance on single algos and performance for each combination of dual algos for each a rig to determine what is better profit. MPM out performs AM in this respect because it applies combination benchmark results to determine which is combination is higher profit.

For now I need to completely disable dual coin profit mining. How do I do that?
Benchmarking and improvements to the profit switcher are on the list of features to implement.

To disable dual mining in the Claymore miner, you can provide the command line parameter "-mode 1". To do this for the profit switcher, go to Options dialog, Profit profile section, edit your profile, select the Claymore Ethereum miner and click configure. Add the command line parameter here.

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July 28, 2017, 10:45:47 AM
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Is it possible to monitor GPU solomining with this?
You can only get hashrate and mining information if you use any of the supported mining software. However, Awesome Miner will always be able to show GPU monitoring information for you. See screenshot below for an example of what you always get on the System tab, no matter what mining software you run or if you do solo mining. This works on all remote systems as well where you have Awesome Miner Remote Agent running.


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July 28, 2017, 12:59:15 PM
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Has anyone gotten the remote managed miners to work?

I installed Awesome Miner Remote v3.2 on all my rigs, then i went under network scan and found them all under detect via Awesome Miner Remote and setup the same settings as i do mining the software directly on the Awesome Miner software and then press start..... nothing happens on any of the machines.. the buttons across the top go greyed out all except reboot..... so i seem to be stuck at this point... I have rebooted them, press start again and nothing but greying out the buttons occurs.....

So i added all my rigs under me using network scan again, but using detect via ccminer, this works perfectly if im mining on these rigs with my old batch file method, but if i setup the pool and miner in the awesome miner software and run the exact same ccminer as my old batch file uses, it starts up and starts mining on the pool, but the awesome miner computer (my pc in the house) says disconnect... but if i stop mining on awesome miner, start the old batch miner up they come online via the pc im trying to monitor them from...

I still am trying to figure out how to setup port forward on the 2 remote locations i have my other rigs located, it seems to be an issue with the modems being used, because using an online port checker shows the ports still blocked even tho in modem im setting them up to port forward..... sigh


The fact that the version is listed in the status column indicates that there are different version on Awesome Miner main application and the Remote Agent. Could it be that you run v3.2.1 on the main application and 3.2 on the Remote Agent? If that's the case, I recommend to upgrade the Remote Agent to the same version before trying anything else.

Hey patrike,

I just checked the website, the version of awesome miner remote is the latest available, inside the software there is no updates coming up when checking for updates. Maybe v3.2.1 has not been published?
Im currently running v3.2.1 main software and remote v3.2

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July 28, 2017, 02:29:25 PM
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Here is the settings i have for the pool....When i put in the Suprnova server url, i get a a popup to put the worker name in the wallet address, so i did at first. Tried to connect and i just get stratum authentication error, only way i can get it to actually connect is via placing it in both areas, but it never mines.. it just receives blocks and the gpu sit at 0% load....


Hello.

My pool settings with suprnova for zen:

Description:  Suprnova Zencash
Server URL:  stratum+tcp://zen.suprnova.cc:3618
Worker name:  weblogin.worker
Worker password:  x
Coin:  Zencash
Wallet address:

(wallet address field is empty)

It works.
Has suprnova change the behavior recently? When I read the instructions on the web site for Zencash (https://zen.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=gettingstarted) it says the following for Claymore:
Code:
ZecMiner64.exe -zpool  zen.suprnova.cc:3618 -zwal YourUsername.YourWorker -zpsw YourWorkerPass -allpools 1
This indicates that the wallet should be "YourUsername.YourWorker". For non-Claymore based zcash miners, it will probably work fine with setting it as Worker name as you did above.

I'm not saying you should change back to something that doesn't work, I just try to interpret the suprnova instructions.

Hello, nice question, probably you are right, but I don't use Claymore for mining.
I mainly run EWBF for equihash and Ccminer (tpruvot and alexis78) for other nvidia algos, so I put weblogin.workername, leaving wallet address blank in pool configuration.
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July 28, 2017, 02:40:11 PM
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Thanks bud, that actually fixed the issue and its up and running, now to move onto the next issue ill run into lol... tell you learn its all a mystery


Do you know if there is a way to add additional pools under online services?

Also, is their an ability to manually add the api for coin info? like i tried to add Signatum, i can manually add the values... but then i have to keep updating it manually....



Online services: they seems to be hardcoded, I found no way to add a new service.

Api coin info: AM already checks whattomine to get coin statistics, I don't know if it uses WTM also for custom coins (SIGT is available at WTM).
For revenue calculations, AM can get statistics from pool, but again I don't know if it works also for custom coins, I never tried, sorry.
This has been addressed in development version 3.2.1 where you can add new algorithms and online services as you want. For example the new skunk algorithm on zpool. However, don't try to add the coin Signatum as a user defined coin, because it's not included in the API from WhatToMine.com yet (but it's listed on their web site if you go to coins tab). Instead, when you create the pool, define the coin as "Unspecified skunk" based on the new algorithm. Awesome Miner should be able to figure out the profit information based on this.


Unfortunately, if you add "unspecified skunk" and use suprnova pool, Awesome Miner isn't able to calculate any profit.
May we have also suprnova in online services? It would be great.
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July 28, 2017, 04:47:31 PM
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Quick Question:

Should I be entering my own hashrates into the algorithms section for better profit or using the default values? Thanks!
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July 28, 2017, 08:19:06 PM
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Just a heads up.  A small "bug" shows the Antminer R1-LTC as performing 1.2GH/s vs the reality of MH/s.  The firmware is using its custom cgminer 4.8.0

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July 28, 2017, 09:46:24 PM
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Man, Im having a hell of a time wrestling with the interface on this thing. I just want to setup a simple 1 GPU config for managed profit mining on mining pool hub. No matter what I do when I have my GPU in the proper place, it won't let me add a mining pool to it (button stays greyed out, and if I enter one in the settings it just doesn't show up in the mining pool tab on the bottom).

If I just run it w/o one it just says stratum authentication failed in the console window. Im going to try reinstalling it at this point out of sheer frustration, this seems like it shouldn't be any kind  of hassle.

Pretty frustrating that there isn't even a simple way to remove the default (or any other miner) from the page where they are shown without getting into the arcane settings page. Doesn't make much sense..

I also cannot see any way to remove hosts once you add a new one on the managed profit miner (ok, found it in the options, but pretty awkward, again).
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July 29, 2017, 12:56:26 AM
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Man, Im having a hell of a time wrestling with the interface on this thing. I just want to setup a simple 1 GPU config for managed profit mining on mining pool hub. No matter what I do when I have my GPU in the proper place, it won't let me add a mining pool to it (button stays greyed out, and if I enter one in the settings it just doesn't show up in the mining pool tab on the bottom).

If I just run it w/o one it just says stratum authentication failed in the console window. Im going to try reinstalling it at this point out of sheer frustration, this seems like it shouldn't be any kind  of hassle.

Pretty frustrating that there isn't even a simple way to remove the default (or any other miner) from the page where they are shown without getting into the arcane settings page. Doesn't make much sense..

I also cannot see any way to remove hosts once you add a new one on the managed profit miner (ok, found it in the options, but pretty awkward, again).

You have to add your worker in mining pool hub before setting up the software or it will reject your connection.... just fyi

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July 29, 2017, 02:53:17 AM
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Not sure if i've missed this in the thread but is there a walkthrough of;
a) adding a customer miner e.g. ccminer 2.2
b) adding a new algo to profit switching using said custom miner

Cheers, apologies if i've missed it.
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July 29, 2017, 01:58:36 PM
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Man, Im having a hell of a time wrestling with the interface on this thing. I just want to setup a simple 1 GPU config for managed profit mining on mining pool hub. No matter what I do when I have my GPU in the proper place, it won't let me add a mining pool to it (button stays greyed out, and if I enter one in the settings it just doesn't show up in the mining pool tab on the bottom).

If I just run it w/o one it just says stratum authentication failed in the console window. Im going to try reinstalling it at this point out of sheer frustration, this seems like it shouldn't be any kind  of hassle.

Pretty frustrating that there isn't even a simple way to remove the default (or any other miner) from the page where they are shown without getting into the arcane settings page. Doesn't make much sense..

I also cannot see any way to remove hosts once you add a new one on the managed profit miner (ok, found it in the options, but pretty awkward, again).

You have to add your worker in mining pool hub before setting up the software or it will reject your connection.... just fyi


that's not what miningpoolhub.com says:

"Workers will be automatically added one by one slowly after you start minining. You don't need to add each worker manually if you don't need to check or configure it immediately."
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July 29, 2017, 07:07:38 PM
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Yeah, I tried a variety of combinations for adding my worker manually, and it always says something like stratum authentication failed. IDK, Im kinda wondering if that site is just a zombie at this point, there really aren't viable support options like a forum or anything, and the way the site UI is laid out is just a cluster beep when it comes to a newbie trying to figure out how to configure out multi miner switching, kinda crazy.

Thanks for the attempt, though.

I am having trouble with the claymore dual ETH 9.7 miner in awesome, though, it says "cannot allocate big buffer for DAG" (probably bc my GPU only has 2 GB). Would like advice on how to fix it, since I don't see a way to go in and change the individual miner settings and it just continually fails after that "CUDA error 11: Cannot write buffer for DAG".. Also, I see no option to disable that specific mining tool. Sad

I figured out that the interface elements Im looking at just appear to be broken, when I actually start the miners, it does show the pools (I expected them to be visible from a stopped state), but none of the buttons for add/remove/disable/prioritize are ever anything but greyed out in the pools tab.
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July 29, 2017, 09:54:01 PM
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Man, Im having a hell of a time wrestling with the interface on this thing. I just want to setup a simple 1 GPU config for managed profit mining on mining pool hub. No matter what I do when I have my GPU in the proper place, it won't let me add a mining pool to it (button stays greyed out, and if I enter one in the settings it just doesn't show up in the mining pool tab on the bottom).

If I just run it w/o one it just says stratum authentication failed in the console window. Im going to try reinstalling it at this point out of sheer frustration, this seems like it shouldn't be any kind  of hassle.

Pretty frustrating that there isn't even a simple way to remove the default (or any other miner) from the page where they are shown without getting into the arcane settings page. Doesn't make much sense..

I also cannot see any way to remove hosts once you add a new one on the managed profit miner (ok, found it in the options, but pretty awkward, again).

You have to add your worker in mining pool hub before setting up the software or it will reject your connection.... just fyi


that's not what miningpoolhub.com says:

"Workers will be automatically added one by one slowly after you start minining. You don't need to add each worker manually if you don't need to check or configure it immediately."


I know it says this, but when i was setting up i kept getting the stratum errors.. finally someone mention to try making the worker manually, so i added the worker with name and password i used on awesome miner, didnt touch awesome miner at all and pressed start, it connected and worked... so in my experience i had to add it...

So.... if your website login name is JoeSmo and you want to make a worker with name Test and password x....

in awesome miner you have to add JoeSmo.Test and password x after you add it to the website under workers....

Also, another thing you have to do on MPH, is adjust the mining options either pick a auto selection set or a single algo... if you never touch this option either it will not connect either.. even after making the worker

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July 29, 2017, 10:52:50 PM
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I know it says this, but when i was setting up i kept getting the stratum errors.. finally someone mention to try making the worker manually, so i added the worker with name and password i used on awesome miner, didnt touch awesome miner at all and pressed start, it connected and worked... so in my experience i had to add it...

So.... if your website login name is JoeSmo and you want to make a worker with name Test and password x....

in awesome miner you have to add JoeSmo.Test and password x after you add it to the website under workers....

Also, another thing you have to do on MPH, is adjust the mining options either pick a auto selection set or a single algo... if you never touch this option either it will not connect either.. even after making the worker

I could swear I configured it exactly like that, perhaps my problem is not knowing which server to point awesome at, there is so much config info on that MPH site that it basically devolves into spam (and the offered help for it is 'need some knowledge to set up'). Maybe you might know enough to tell me how to configure the url (guess I should say server address). Awesome doesn't have a spot for the port, so I just assumed you'd set it after the server : spot, but they just give you port 12XXX which is pretty vague, and Im really not even sure what the server addy is for Multi-algo switch mining.. Also, thanks! I did look through the server options, and pretty sure I set it to multi algo, but I will double check that (yup, its set).

Another thing that is confusing is in your example you just used a username, but its setup to login with my email addy, so not sure if I am just supposed to remove the @, etc as my username. I am imagining they switched over from usernames to email addresses and forgot to alter their examples on server config.
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July 30, 2017, 12:58:36 AM
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I know it says this, but when i was setting up i kept getting the stratum errors.. finally someone mention to try making the worker manually, so i added the worker with name and password i used on awesome miner, didnt touch awesome miner at all and pressed start, it connected and worked... so in my experience i had to add it...

So.... if your website login name is JoeSmo and you want to make a worker with name Test and password x....

in awesome miner you have to add JoeSmo.Test and password x after you add it to the website under workers....

Also, another thing you have to do on MPH, is adjust the mining options either pick a auto selection set or a single algo... if you never touch this option either it will not connect either.. even after making the worker

I could swear I configured it exactly like that, perhaps my problem is not knowing which server to point awesome at, there is so much config info on that MPH site that it basically devolves into spam (and the offered help for it is 'need some knowledge to set up'). Maybe you might know enough to tell me how to configure the url (guess I should say server address). Awesome doesn't have a spot for the port, so I just assumed you'd set it after the server : spot, but they just give you port 12XXX which is pretty vague, and Im really not even sure what the server addy is for Multi-algo switch mining.. Also, thanks! I did look through the server options, and pretty sure I set it to multi algo, but I will double check that (yup, its set).

Another thing that is confusing is in your example you just used a username, but its setup to login with my email addy, so not sure if I am just supposed to remove the @, etc as my username. I am imagining they switched over from usernames to email addresses and forgot to alter their examples on server config.

you dont select a worker on mph on an algo really, you use the one 12xxx port and control it via mph website

All you do is create profit switch miner in AM, then under algo select the ones you want to mine, then under profit switching you check miningpoolhub and put your wallet address in and then the rest is all done on mph website...


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July 30, 2017, 04:08:50 AM
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Sorry if this info it's already out there, i couldn't find it.

How to deal with different Overclock configurations by algos for auto-switch with Nvidia cards (also amd)?

Except for few ones, they are totally different and no adjustment would ruin the performance for every coin.
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I could swear I configured it exactly like that, perhaps my problem is not knowing which server to point awesome at, there is so much config info on that MPH site that it basically devolves into spam (and the offered help for it is 'need some knowledge to set up'). Maybe you might know enough to tell me how to configure the url (guess I should say server address). Awesome doesn't have a spot for the port, so I just assumed you'd set it after the server : spot, but they just give you port 12XXX which is pretty vague, and Im really not even sure what the server addy is for Multi-algo switch mining.. Also, thanks! I did look through the server options, and pretty sure I set it to multi algo, but I will double check that (yup, its set).

Another thing that is confusing is in your example you just used a username, but its setup to login with my email addy, so not sure if I am just supposed to remove the @, etc as my username. I am imagining they switched over from usernames to email addresses and forgot to alter their examples on server config.

you dont select a worker on mph on an algo really, you use the one 12xxx port and control it via mph website

All you do is create profit switch miner in AM, then under algo select the ones you want to mine, then under profit switching you check miningpoolhub and put your wallet address in and then the rest is all done on mph website...


Thanks, had all that configured already, all I still need is what the server address is for the pool for multi algo switch mining, that's all I can't find (You have to manually punch it in to awesome miner to point it there), and Im still fuzzy on the port thing, you literally use 12xxx (there isn't an actual replacement number for the xxx - that just seems unlikely?). Also when I looked at the one awesome miner tutorial it didn't show him adding the port like :12xxx after the address, but that seems like the only way since there isn't a separate box for the port entry in awesome. Also are you saying I can just delete my worker names and pws and leave those blank, then (hmm, that sounds like the opposite of what you answered in the post prior to the one Im replying to)?

Sorry this is taking so much space here to figure out to everyone else!
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July 30, 2017, 07:34:45 AM
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Has anyone gotten the remote managed miners to work?

I installed Awesome Miner Remote v3.2 on all my rigs, then i went under network scan and found them all under detect via Awesome Miner Remote and setup the same settings as i do mining the software directly on the Awesome Miner software and then press start..... nothing happens on any of the machines.. the buttons across the top go greyed out all except reboot..... so i seem to be stuck at this point... I have rebooted them, press start again and nothing but greying out the buttons occurs.....

So i added all my rigs under me using network scan again, but using detect via ccminer, this works perfectly if im mining on these rigs with my old batch file method, but if i setup the pool and miner in the awesome miner software and run the exact same ccminer as my old batch file uses, it starts up and starts mining on the pool, but the awesome miner computer (my pc in the house) says disconnect... but if i stop mining on awesome miner, start the old batch miner up they come online via the pc im trying to monitor them from...

I still am trying to figure out how to setup port forward on the 2 remote locations i have my other rigs located, it seems to be an issue with the modems being used, because using an online port checker shows the ports still blocked even tho in modem im setting them up to port forward..... sigh

The fact that the version is listed in the status column indicates that there are different version on Awesome Miner main application and the Remote Agent. Could it be that you run v3.2.1 on the main application and 3.2 on the Remote Agent? If that's the case, I recommend to upgrade the Remote Agent to the same version before trying anything else.

Hey patrike,

I just checked the website, the version of awesome miner remote is the latest available, inside the software there is no updates coming up when checking for updates. Maybe v3.2.1 has not been published?
Im currently running v3.2.1 main software and remote v3.2
Hi,

The web site is only listing the public releases, not the development versions like 3.2.1. To upgrade your remote systems to latest Remote Agent software, you can either select the miner in the Awesome Miner main window, and click the Upgrade button. An alternative, if you need access to the installer software to manually install it on the remote computers, you can use this link:
www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi

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July 30, 2017, 07:41:08 AM
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Thanks bud, that actually fixed the issue and its up and running, now to move onto the next issue ill run into lol... tell you learn its all a mystery


Do you know if there is a way to add additional pools under online services?

Also, is their an ability to manually add the api for coin info? like i tried to add Signatum, i can manually add the values... but then i have to keep updating it manually....



Online services: they seems to be hardcoded, I found no way to add a new service.

Api coin info: AM already checks whattomine to get coin statistics, I don't know if it uses WTM also for custom coins (SIGT is available at WTM).
For revenue calculations, AM can get statistics from pool, but again I don't know if it works also for custom coins, I never tried, sorry.
This has been addressed in development version 3.2.1 where you can add new algorithms and online services as you want. For example the new skunk algorithm on zpool. However, don't try to add the coin Signatum as a user defined coin, because it's not included in the API from WhatToMine.com yet (but it's listed on their web site if you go to coins tab). Instead, when you create the pool, define the coin as "Unspecified skunk" based on the new algorithm. Awesome Miner should be able to figure out the profit information based on this.


Unfortunately, if you add "unspecified skunk" and use suprnova pool, Awesome Miner isn't able to calculate any profit.
May we have also suprnova in online services? It would be great.

The concept of "Unspecified skunk" was intended if you add a new pool in Online services for zpool. If "Unspecified" as coin and you use pools from Nicehash/zpool/MiningPoolHub, Awesome Miner will be able to figure out the profits from the API's of these pools, as they are multi-coin. If you mine a single coin pool, using "Unspecified" will not give you any profit details as Awesome Miner is not aware of what coin is being mined.

For many popular coins listed on WhatToMine, Awesome Miner can get the coin statistics. I'm also in the process of improving this, as some new coins are not listed from the WhatToMine main API, but will require some extra requests to get.

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July 30, 2017, 07:42:52 AM
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Quick Question:

Should I be entering my own hashrates into the algorithms section for better profit or using the default values? Thanks!
You should enter your hashrates to get better tuned profit switcher. You can also use the Save Hashrate operation in the right-click menu when you are mining to update the hashrate for a specific algorithm.

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