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August 30, 2017, 08:03:25 PM
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For dev. i'm interested to buy new avalon 741.
Awesome miner support it??
Avalon 7 miners are supported. I've received reports from users that these miners works fine with Awesome Miner.


I have a new batch of 75 Avalon installed but i cannot manage to make awesome miner find them with the wizard (new miner- network scan - sgminer)

Please help!

Thanks!
Can you check the API permissions on that cgminer instance for Avalon? I think it is disabled by default. You can share the configuration file (cgminer.conf or similar) with me if you want and I can try to guide you.

Edit: Thanks to another user with Avalon 741, I got a suggestion to look for the following in the Avalon configuration: Status -> CGMiner Configuration. Then you should find API Allow setting.

How many Avalon miners have you connected to each Raspberry Pi controller?


Right now 20 Avalon x raspberry pi3 (maximun allowed)
Working at 115% ... very very nice hardware!
Thanks for the tips i will try this in the farm.

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Once you have Awesome Miner connected to your R-Pi, can you please send me an API report for it (toolbar: Tools -> API Report)? From what I've seen so far this R-Pi based solution doesn't provide any good device information (temperature and so on) from the Avalon miners. In the past when people used a single Avalon 721, it did report temperature and more.

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August 31, 2017, 01:04:34 PM
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please help me the miner dosent star by the automatic profitswitching option......the only way to get the pool is over the commandline.....for claymor eth miner it works....but for the claymor monero miner he dosent work......he is connected but there only job timeouts....how can i fixed this ?
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August 31, 2017, 03:57:08 PM
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DMD does not belong to groestl. It has a dmd-gr algorithm. Because of this, there are errors in the extraction!
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August 31, 2017, 04:09:03 PM
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I just started using this software to manage my miners. I switched out from using Ethos to this. One of the biggest issues I have with this software so far is that when it detects a failed miner it just gives up on trying to restart the miner and then the miner just sits there. There should be an option to restart the miner regardless of how many failures there are. I am constantly having to go in and restart the miners when the issue was a miner software crash with one particular miner software. This is the number one detractor from the software and is what will prevent people from using it full scale. I can manage this in alternative ways (power monitor resetting the computer) but then I have other issues because the services are not starting.

  • Doesn't start the MSI After Burner Remote Server when restarting the machine
  • Manager gives up trying to start the miner if there are several errors in a row.
  • Fails to apply the GPU overclock profiles on restart or relaunch of Afterburner software

By default Awesome Miner tries to restart a process three times. If it fails three times within a short period of times, Awesome Miner actually gives up. If the mining software has been running for a few minutes, it will reset this counter and you will have another three times of restart available.

If you want to take further actions after three times, you can use the Rules (Options dialog, Rules section) for that. You have a trigger "Process failure" that will be triggered in this scenario. You can define define your actions - maybe to give you a notification and then try to start the miner again.

The MSI Afterburner Remote Server is a bit difficult to auto start because it requires Admin permissions and doesn't have any built-in concept for that. Awesome Miner can however setup this for you, so have you followed these steps? Please share more details on this if you already have and it isn't working.
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/gpuclocking.aspx

I'm not sure I fully understand the scenario with a restarted MSI Afterburner. If you simply restart that software (close it, then start it), how would that affect the GPU Clocking profiles? Sorry if I missed the point here.


Thank you for your reply, it's awesome to know the dev is in the forum answering posts. The rules option should handle the issue I am having with the miner stopping and not starting again.  Thanks for pointing that out, I added a rule this morning and it appears to be doing the trick.

I did follow the MSI guide on setting up the account and putting the files in the same location on the miners and it appears to not work according to the settings. I noticed that the MSI remote server also doesn't start when added to the start menu or run under HKCU or HKLM either on any of the machines. No errors appear on the server regarding a failure to launch and manually launching it works as expected. As for the GPU settings, I was using the profit miner setup which doesn't have the GPU functionality built into it so it's not applying the profiles. To work around this, I selected a safe overclock inside of MSI. The issue with MSI is more when the application never starts and I need to start it after the fact. When I manually start it after the fact, I have to manually apply the overclock since there is no GPU functionality. If this was added to the profit miner option that would resolve the issue since it's applied at restart and stop.

I found these additional issues while continuing to setup and work with this.

  • Dual mining wattage option not saved when exiting options under algorithms, it does save properly under the profit switching profile.
  • Profit Miner won't switch to new coin if it missed the "window" to switch. Forcing a restart on the miner does not cause it to switch to the new coin if a miner has already selected an algorithm (https://puu.sh/xo9HM/c3642b5b28.PNG) and the the profit switching subsequently changed to a higher paying coin. The miner that has selected the algorithm will not switch to the higher paying coin until the time limit has expired to switch once again even if restarting the service. The existing new coin data should be pushed out to the miner.
  • Miners crash and hang and the remote service cannot see this issue. To correct this issue I turned off the Dialog box for Windows Error Reporting, this causes the miner software "ok error box to never appear and the miner application just exits. This may be something to add into the functionality, an option to identify the OK dialog or information on how to eliminate the Dialog box via the registry.
  • Command line miner CPUMiner-opt 3.4.6 exits out indicating "algo_gate registration failed, unknown algo". I attempted to add an algo option and this did not resolve the issue.
  • Managed Miner dual mode is set to disabled; however, the miner has ignored that setting and is mining a secondary coin even despite the fact I only have a single pool/coin selected.
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September 01, 2017, 12:51:17 AM
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So I've done my reading and so far have 6 GPU rigs working flawlessly as managed miners with custom uploaded SPMOD8 on SIGT.

Now I'm looking at adding equihash and skein mining capabilities.

I have successful edited the managed miner and manually started mining equihash and skein with no issues. However, I'm looking at automating things so I can switch my rigs quickly to each algo and a specified pool.


From my understanding templates is ideal for this. Since different rigs require different intensities or custom difficulties is it advised to create multiple specialized template per rig?

Or can I create blanket template and implement custom intensities and difficulties somewhere in the managed miner's custom command line which will save per algo after applying an algo specific template.

Thanks in advance! Great piece of software so far
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September 01, 2017, 03:46:22 AM
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So I've done my reading and so far have 6 GPU rigs working flawlessly as managed miners with custom uploaded SPMOD8 on SIGT.

Now I'm looking at adding equihash and skein mining capabilities.

I have successful edited the managed miner and manually started mining equihash and skein with no issues. However, I'm looking at automating things so I can switch my rigs quickly to each algo and a specified pool.


From my understanding templates is ideal for this. Since different rigs require different intensities or custom difficulties is it advised to create multiple specialized template per rig?

Or can I create blanket template and implement custom intensities and difficulties somewhere in the managed miner's custom command line which will save per algo after applying an algo specific template.

Thanks in advance! Great piece of software so far

Since you want different settings, you'll want to create separate templates with the different intensities.  That's kind of the point of a "template"... so you can assign the same settings to multiple rigs.  Wink  If you want different settings, then you need a different template.

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September 01, 2017, 04:26:57 AM
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please help me the miner dosent star by the automatic profitswitching option......the only way to get the pool is over the commandline.....for claymor eth miner it works....but for the claymor monero miner he dosent work......he is connected but there only job timeouts....how can i fixed this ?
Do you get the timeouts with the built-in Nicehash / Zpool / Mining Pool Hub pools? Can you try the Diagnostics button to see if the mining software is giving any more details? If not,  please send me your log file (Tools -> Log file).

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September 01, 2017, 04:31:08 AM
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DMD does not belong to groestl. It has a dmd-gr algorithm. Because of this, there are errors in the extraction!
You are correct that for example Ccminer has dmd-gr in addition to the groestl algorithm.

What makes me a bit confused is that WhatToMine, Coinwarz and the FAQ of the Diamond coin states that it's simply Groestl. If WhatToMine would have reported this as another algorithm, Awesome Miner could for sure map this to another command line parameter. Now it's getting a bit difficult, because if the above is true, Groestl could require different parameters depending on coin, which would be totally confusing.

Is there anyone else that has a good answer on this?

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September 01, 2017, 04:40:58 AM
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I just started using this software to manage my miners. I switched out from using Ethos to this. One of the biggest issues I have with this software so far is that when it detects a failed miner it just gives up on trying to restart the miner and then the miner just sits there. There should be an option to restart the miner regardless of how many failures there are. I am constantly having to go in and restart the miners when the issue was a miner software crash with one particular miner software. This is the number one detractor from the software and is what will prevent people from using it full scale. I can manage this in alternative ways (power monitor resetting the computer) but then I have other issues because the services are not starting.

  • Doesn't start the MSI After Burner Remote Server when restarting the machine
  • Manager gives up trying to start the miner if there are several errors in a row.
  • Fails to apply the GPU overclock profiles on restart or relaunch of Afterburner software

By default Awesome Miner tries to restart a process three times. If it fails three times within a short period of times, Awesome Miner actually gives up. If the mining software has been running for a few minutes, it will reset this counter and you will have another three times of restart available.

If you want to take further actions after three times, you can use the Rules (Options dialog, Rules section) for that. You have a trigger "Process failure" that will be triggered in this scenario. You can define define your actions - maybe to give you a notification and then try to start the miner again.

The MSI Afterburner Remote Server is a bit difficult to auto start because it requires Admin permissions and doesn't have any built-in concept for that. Awesome Miner can however setup this for you, so have you followed these steps? Please share more details on this if you already have and it isn't working.
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/gpuclocking.aspx

I'm not sure I fully understand the scenario with a restarted MSI Afterburner. If you simply restart that software (close it, then start it), how would that affect the GPU Clocking profiles? Sorry if I missed the point here.


Thank you for your reply, it's awesome to know the dev is in the forum answering posts. The rules option should handle the issue I am having with the miner stopping and not starting again.  Thanks for pointing that out, I added a rule this morning and it appears to be doing the trick.

I did follow the MSI guide on setting up the account and putting the files in the same location on the miners and it appears to not work according to the settings. I noticed that the MSI remote server also doesn't start when added to the start menu or run under HKCU or HKLM either on any of the machines. No errors appear on the server regarding a failure to launch and manually launching it works as expected. As for the GPU settings, I was using the profit miner setup which doesn't have the GPU functionality built into it so it's not applying the profiles. To work around this, I selected a safe overclock inside of MSI. The issue with MSI is more when the application never starts and I need to start it after the fact. When I manually start it after the fact, I have to manually apply the overclock since there is no GPU functionality. If this was added to the profit miner option that would resolve the issue since it's applied at restart and stop.

I found these additional issues while continuing to setup and work with this.

  • Dual mining wattage option not saved when exiting options under algorithms, it does save properly under the profit switching profile.
  • Profit Miner won't switch to new coin if it missed the "window" to switch. Forcing a restart on the miner does not cause it to switch to the new coin if a miner has already selected an algorithm (https://puu.sh/xo9HM/c3642b5b28.PNG) and the the profit switching subsequently changed to a higher paying coin. The miner that has selected the algorithm will not switch to the higher paying coin until the time limit has expired to switch once again even if restarting the service. The existing new coin data should be pushed out to the miner.
  • Miners crash and hang and the remote service cannot see this issue. To correct this issue I turned off the Dialog box for Windows Error Reporting, this causes the miner software "ok error box to never appear and the miner application just exits. This may be something to add into the functionality, an option to identify the OK dialog or information on how to eliminate the Dialog box via the registry.
  • Command line miner CPUMiner-opt 3.4.6 exits out indicating "algo_gate registration failed, unknown algo". I attempted to add an algo option and this did not resolve the issue.
  • Managed Miner dual mode is set to disabled; however, the miner has ignored that setting and is mining a secondary coin even despite the fact I only have a single pool/coin selected.
Thanks for the feedback.

For MSI Afterburner, do you have UAC enabled in Windows (you should)? When you make changes to the MSI Afterburner settings in the Options dialog, the log file for Awesome Miner should indicate what's going on if you search for "Setting MSI Remote Server path". Please note that this is the log file for the remote system, that you find on the right-click menu on the Remote Agent icon. You can also open Windows Task Scheduler and look for "MsiRemoteServer" that should be added by Awesome Miner. This is the only way of auto-starting software with Administrator privileges.

Dual mining was only saved if another change was made as well. I've corrected that now

Are you running 3.2 or the latest development version 3.2.7? The latest versions has more corrections to the profit switcher.

Can you get CPUMiner to start if you manually setup the command line without Awesome Miner? You can see the parameters Awesome Miner use when you click the Diagnostics button. Awesome Miner uses the core-avx2 version of CPUMiner by default, which is supported by most common CPU's.

The scenario with a Managed Miner with a single Ethereum pool sounds a bit strange. Can you send me an API report for that scenario (Tools -> API Report).

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September 01, 2017, 04:36:35 PM
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Maybe an idea for future updates. Some statistics and sums for Balance column?
Sometimes i get (Update failed) for BTC balance is it normal?
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September 01, 2017, 06:51:15 PM
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Thanks for the feedback.

For MSI Afterburner, do you have UAC enabled in Windows (you should)? When you make changes to the MSI Afterburner settings in the Options dialog, the log file for Awesome Miner should indicate what's going on if you search for "Setting MSI Remote Server path". Please note that this is the log file for the remote system, that you find on the right-click menu on the Remote Agent icon. You can also open Windows Task Scheduler and look for "MsiRemoteServer" that should be added by Awesome Miner. This is the only way of auto-starting software with Administrator privileges.

Dual mining was only saved if another change was made as well. I've corrected that now

Are you running 3.2 or the latest development version 3.2.7? The latest versions has more corrections to the profit switcher.

Can you get CPUMiner to start if you manually setup the command line without Awesome Miner? You can see the parameters Awesome Miner use when you click the Diagnostics button. Awesome Miner uses the core-avx2 version of CPUMiner by default, which is supported by most common CPU's.

The scenario with a Managed Miner with a single Ethereum pool sounds a bit strange. Can you send me an API report for that scenario (Tools -> API Report).

Not an issue, I really like the software it's pretty damned snazzy and I am running the latest version at 3.2.7.

I have UAC set to not notify me and I do see the proper path in the log file for the location and the proper account is called out to run it. I think the issue is I am using the profit miner configs instead of managed miners. I don't see an option in the Profit miners for a "GPU clocking profile", so I assume it won't launch the app?

The CPU miner appears to not have any path set like I have seen with the other diagnostic returns. (https://pastebin.com/dkHhJuV5) I had to switch to core2 for stability but this command line works. cpuminer-core2.exe -o stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:20486 --algo=groestl -u username.cpu -p x

I am trying to replicate the issue with the managed miner on another machine.


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September 01, 2017, 07:04:41 PM
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Thanks for the feedback.

For MSI Afterburner, do you have UAC enabled in Windows (you should)? When you make changes to the MSI Afterburner settings in the Options dialog, the log file for Awesome Miner should indicate what's going on if you search for "Setting MSI Remote Server path". Please note that this is the log file for the remote system, that you find on the right-click menu on the Remote Agent icon. You can also open Windows Task Scheduler and look for "MsiRemoteServer" that should be added by Awesome Miner. This is the only way of auto-starting software with Administrator privileges.

Dual mining was only saved if another change was made as well. I've corrected that now

Are you running 3.2 or the latest development version 3.2.7? The latest versions has more corrections to the profit switcher.

Can you get CPUMiner to start if you manually setup the command line without Awesome Miner? You can see the parameters Awesome Miner use when you click the Diagnostics button. Awesome Miner uses the core-avx2 version of CPUMiner by default, which is supported by most common CPU's.

The scenario with a Managed Miner with a single Ethereum pool sounds a bit strange. Can you send me an API report for that scenario (Tools -> API Report).

Not an issue, I really like the software it's pretty damned snazzy and I am running the latest version at 3.2.7.

I have UAC set to not notify me and I do see the proper path in the log file for the location and the proper account is called out to run it. I think the issue is I am using the profit miner configs instead of managed miners. I don't see an option in the Profit miners for a "GPU clocking profile", so I assume it won't launch the app?

The CPU miner appears to not have any path set like I have seen with the other diagnostic returns. (https://pastebin.com/dkHhJuV5) I had to switch to core2 for stability but this command line works. cpuminer-core2.exe -o stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:20486 --algo=groestl -u username.cpu -p x

I am trying to replicate the issue with the managed miner on another machine.
Thanks for the updates! Setting UAC to not notify you is the same as setting it to not elevate privileges I think? Have you tried to enable UAC instead? You can also select a miner (doesn't have to be running) and select the System tab, and then click "GPU settings". This will launch MSI Afterburner, if everything is working as it should.

The setting to set GPU clocking per miner is currently only available on Managed Miners, not Managed Profit Miner, but the idea is to suport both in the future.

From your diagnostics log, you can see that Awesome Miner is trying to use "cpuminer-core-avx2.exe". When using Auto-download, this is what Awesome Miner will use. You can configure the Managed Miner to use use your specified path instead, and then you can point to "cpuminer-core2.exe" instead.



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September 01, 2017, 07:06:28 PM
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Maybe an idea for future updates. Some statistics and sums for Balance column?
Sometimes i get (Update failed) for BTC balance is it normal?
Thanks for your suggestion.

I think the current Block Explorer interface is preventing requests if they are made too frequently. And if you have multiple bitcoin wallet addresses to monitor, it will be multiple requests. I will try to find a better block explorer site that allow for more frequent requests.

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September 01, 2017, 07:09:42 PM
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So this part applies, partially:

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Profit switching - Bitcoin address per miner

The pools used for the profit switching feature are configured in the Options dialog, Profit switching section. For the built-in pools like Nicehash, there is only a single field to enter the Bitcoin address to mine to. This address will be used for all Managed Profit Miners.

To set unique Bitcoin addresses per Managed Profit Miner, the Bitcoin address field can be set to - (a dash). Each Managed Profit Miner must now specify a Bitcoin address in the Add to worker name setting.

However this only works for MiningPoolHub.  On the managed profit miner properties, there is no field for nicehash/zpool btc address.  So my add to worker field has [mph username].[worker name] and that's it.

To be more succinct: using a Managed Profit Miner, and when specifying '-' in the fields for Options -> Profit Switching -> Managed Profit Switching, I can only either use a zpool/nicehash btc address, by specifying that address in Managed Profit Miner Properties -> Mining Pool -> 'add to worker name', or I can use a miningPoolHub account by specifying [mph username].[worker name].  I cannot do both, and I would like to be able to so that I can have different sets of nicehash/zpool/MPH addresses/usernames across different managed profit miners.
Hi again,
This will be released in a little while, where you can override the global settings for Nicehash / Zpool / MPH per Managed Profit Miner. Can you please test the feature and give feedback?




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September 01, 2017, 08:31:33 PM
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Version 3.2.8 (Development preview of 4.0)

- Awesome Miner Cloud Services
  * Cloud Services is an optional subscription service that adds additional features to Awesome Miner
  * Web interface hosted in the cloud. All monitoring statistics are pushed to the cloud by Awesome Miner and can be accessed from any computer, tablet or smart phone.
  * Mining operations can also be controlled via the cloud without any firewall configuration
  * SMS notifications, send SMS as rule action and send SMS manually
  * Listen to Awesome Miner heart beat and send a notification if missing
- GPU mining
  * More flexible algorithm configuration. New algorithms can be defined by user and configured for each mining software.
  * More flexible Online Service configuration
  * Managed Software can be added and used by both Managed Miners and by the Managed Profit Switcher. Define custom command line arguments for new algorithms per mining software.
  * GPU clocking profiles can be defined and automatically applied when a Managed Miner is starting and/or stopping. Works without any dependencies on the mining software being used.
  * New algorithms and coins added
  * Display Claymore miner invalid shares as HW errors
  * Ccminer 2.2 replaces older Ccminer SP-mod
  * Claymore Ethereum Miner 10.0 (changes GPU order - may require updates to 'Map to system monitoring' in Awesome Miner)
  * Claymore Zcash Miner 12.6
- ASIC mining
  * iBeLink fully supported with temperature
  * Antminer R1-LTC hashrate correction
  * Better detection of Antminer types in the network scanner
- Profitability Switching
  * Benchmarking of algorithm hashrates
  * Profit switching improvements, including configuration to disable individual algorithms per pool and separate dual mining hashrates
  * Managed Profit Miners can be configured with environment settings like Managed Miners, where window mode and processor settings can be defined.
  * Managed Profit Miners can override global worker names for default profit switching pools
  * Better support for multi-algorithm coins like Digibyte

- User interface
  * The coins listed with exchange rate in the statusbar can be customized
  * Added 6 more currencies, to support display in local currencies for more countries
  * Moved e-mail server configuration to a separate section in the Options dialog
  * Add user defined WhatToMine coins not listed in the main API
  * Window glass mode can be configured
- Rules, integration and configuration
  * New HTTP API's: Perform operations on a single notification. Includes Group Id information for miners. Get list of Managed Templates and apply templates to a miner.
  * Custom e-mail address can be set for a notification action, to override the global e-mail address to send notifications to
  * Rule triggers to detect when the computer is idle and used, to support start of mining when the computer is idle
  * Rule action to execute command (any application) on remote miner and also access the the remote execute feature from the System tab
  * Execute action can use the variable "[Host]" for the parameters, to launch external applications with the hostname/ip of the miner as a command line argument.
  * Web interface includes secondary hashrate if available, coin information in smart phone mode and corrections to notification display in multi-user environments
  * Both worker name and password field can use variables [IP1], [IP2], [IP3], [IP4] to replace with IP address segments for External Miners
  * SSL configuration for built-in web interface
- Corrections
  * Corrections to SMTP library to support Office 365 accounts
  * Correction of Block Explorer request for zcash for the Balance feature
  * Adjusted for new hashrate reporting on some algorithms at Nicehash and zpool
  * General improvements and corrections


Important: The Remote Agent must also be upgraded.

Development Previews can be enabled from the Options dialog, General section. Then Menu -> Check for updates. If you need access to the MSI files for manual installation:
http://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
http://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi

Don't downgrade to version 3.2 once you installed the new development versions.

Awesome Miner 4.0 release plan
Awesome Miner 4.0 will be released during the first half of September. The content of the release will be almost identical to the feature list above.

Already today you can sign up and start using the new Awesome Miner Cloud Services together with the development version.

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows GUI software to manage and monitor Cgminer, Bfgminer, Sgminer, ccMiner and Claymore's Ethereum miner
Centralized management for up to 5000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, mobile web and next generation profitability switching [Web site]
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September 01, 2017, 09:11:17 PM
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Outstanding, wonderful program Patrike.

Just installed this latest update, testing underway on 2 small rigs.

Future feature, can the Console be included in the Pools section under the list of miners, so it would be three tier window ?


EG..... Visualize this..

Miners Tab

Description

>>My Profit Miner

Profit Miners
Pools Tab

>Pool 1
>pool 2

Console (with the option to expand (display) / Shrink (Hide)

>Console Window

This way I would not need the DOS window with the console info as an overlay.

Thoughts ?

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September 01, 2017, 11:08:41 PM
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Hi again,
This will be released in a little while, where you can override the global settings for Nicehash / Zpool / MPH per Managed Profit Miner. Can you please test the feature and give feedback?

http://www.awesomeminer.com/img/link/profit-override-workers.png



Thanks for the feature add; I just updated and it seems all is functioning as intended.  I will continue to monitor and let you know of any issues.

Question regarding zpool profitability numbers: is there any particular reason the '24h actual' reported value isn't used for the actual profitability of the algo?  Frequently I'll see zpool algos at, say, $7/day, but when factoring in the 24h actual, the return is much lower.  What is the intent here?  Which number is most accurate?  In example, at time of posting, zpool Hmq1725 reports a BTC/GH/day of .09475, but the 24h actual is .08012.  I don't want a situation where I'm mining something reportedly as the top algo but in reality is halfway down the list.
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September 02, 2017, 03:27:33 AM
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DMD does not belong to groestl. It has a dmd-gr algorithm. Because of this, there are errors in the extraction!
You are correct that for example Ccminer has dmd-gr in addition to the groestl algorithm.

What makes me a bit confused is that WhatToMine, Coinwarz and the FAQ of the Diamond coin states that it's simply Groestl. If WhatToMine would have reported this as another algorithm, Awesome Miner could for sure map this to another command line parameter. Now it's getting a bit difficult, because if the above is true, Groestl could require different parameters depending on coin, which would be totally confusing.

Is there anyone else that has a good answer on this?

I mine Diamond on Awesome Miner with no issue.  I just put the "-a dmd-gr" option on the command line parameters on my managed template for Diamond. 

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September 02, 2017, 03:39:56 AM
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Hi again,
This will be released in a little while, where you can override the global settings for Nicehash / Zpool / MPH per Managed Profit Miner. Can you please test the feature and give feedback?


Thanks for the feature add; I just updated and it seems all is functioning as intended.  I will continue to monitor and let you know of any issues.

Question regarding zpool profitability numbers: is there any particular reason the '24h actual' reported value isn't used for the actual profitability of the algo?  Frequently I'll see zpool algos at, say, $7/day, but when factoring in the 24h actual, the return is much lower.  What is the intent here?  Which number is most accurate?  In example, at time of posting, zpool Hmq1725 reports a BTC/GH/day of .09475, but the 24h actual is .08012.  I don't want a situation where I'm mining something reportedly as the top algo but in reality is halfway down the list.

That's kind of the knock on profit switching in general.  When a coin jumps to the top, thousands of miner's profit switching algos switch to it, spiking the difficulty, thus knocking the coin back down the list.  In the meantime, depending on how often your profit switching algo checks, it will keep on mining the "not as profitable" coin.  Then you have to wait for the auto-conversion from the pool which can take many many minutes to hours, and by that time the coin has tanked in value... so you actually get less BTC than you would have just mining the coin and holding or waiting and manually changing to BTC.

I personally feel it's better to look at a coin's average... maybe 24 hours is a good indicator, but I prefer longer averages to the tune of 3 days to a week.  You will get much more consistent profits by mining a coin that stays popular at #3 all week than trying to chase coins that tank before you can see the profits.  It's kind of counter-intuitive.  I'm hoping Patrike can add some more customization in determining the parameters on how the profit switching works.  Whattomine.com already has parameters to look at 24 hour, 2 day, and 3 day averages.

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September 02, 2017, 08:21:48 AM
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Error
DMD does not belong to groestl. It has a dmd-gr algorithm. Because of this, there are errors in the extraction!
You are correct that for example Ccminer has dmd-gr in addition to the groestl algorithm.

What makes me a bit confused is that WhatToMine, Coinwarz and the FAQ of the Diamond coin states that it's simply Groestl. If WhatToMine would have reported this as another algorithm, Awesome Miner could for sure map this to another command line parameter. Now it's getting a bit difficult, because if the above is true, Groestl could require different parameters depending on coin, which would be totally confusing.

Is there anyone else that has a good answer on this?

I mine Diamond on Awesome Miner with no issue.  I just put the "-a dmd-gr" option on the command line parameters on my managed template for Diamond. 

OH.... I just checked... you can't mine Diamond on pools anymore.  They are preparing to change over to pure POS, so all the pools are closing, and you can only solo mine until September 12th.

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