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September 25, 2017, 02:05:57 PM
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On the GPUs tab in Awesome Miner my AMD cards are showing 0 for the Accepted progress even though I have plenty of accepted shares that show in the Miners list above it.  My Nvidia cards show the Accepted values ok.

Bug?


go to GPU tab make sure you have Map to system monitoring on using claymore .... I'm guessing your mining ZEC/zcash and using Claymore for the AMD cards ?.

That Might be why you don't see the AMD Card/s shares but do for the NV card sense Claymore zec miner doesn't support NV cards .
you have to use a different Software miner for the NV card/s mining Zec/zcash.. that has API access and Claymore doesn't have API access.




other wise, no idea why, mine all ways show when i turn on Map to system monitoring.

Yes I have 4 AMD cards mining ETH/DCR and 2 Nvidia mining ZEC.  All six devices are mapped to system monitoring.

Both miners show the total number of accepted shares correctly, it's just that the GPU list below shows zeroes for the AMDs.   I figured if the total is known the per-GPU value should be known as well.  Not a big deal, I can always look at the Claymore window if I need to know those values.

Just a suggestion but if some values are not available then I would prefer to see them shown as N/A or blanked out rather than see a zero.  Zero is not the real value.
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September 25, 2017, 10:14:39 PM
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I´m wondering how reliable the profit profile switching is and if it picks the right coin to mine. The numbers jump from $5 per day to $0.8 per day.
I´ve tested Awesome Miner with 2x GTX 1070 and the software reported a profit of $2 per day wheras Nicehash generates $2.90 per day. The profile groups show also weird results. I´ve benchmarked one GTX 1070 and saved the profile. When selecting that profile in the Coins tab it shows $1.70 profit per day. Then I created a profile group, added the single GPU profile and set the profile count to 2. When I select the group profile the profit jumps to $11 per day. Honestly, the software looks great and has amazing features, but those weird numbers make me doubt.

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September 26, 2017, 01:03:51 AM
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I´m wondering how reliable the profit profile switching is and if it picks the right coin to mine. The numbers jump from $5 per day to $0.8 per day.
I´ve tested Awesome Miner with 2x GTX 1070 and the software reported a profit of $2 per day wheras Nicehash generates $2.90 per day. The profile groups show also weird results. I´ve benchmarked one GTX 1070 and saved the profile. When selecting that profile in the Coins tab it shows $1.70 profit per day. Then I created a profile group, added the single GPU profile and set the profile count to 2. When I select the group profile the profit jumps to $11 per day. Honestly, the software looks great and has amazing features, but those weird numbers make me doubt.

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I don't use the profit profile switching either for that reason it never really seems to work right , nothing against Awesome or patrike he seems good at what he does, i won't use anything else but AM to monitor with, right now .

But AM does have some set backs again nothing against Patrike or AM, if i did have issue with the software or your skills, i wouldn't use it... unless i had to like CGMINer, i don't care much for and am forced to use in some miners ..when BFG works just as good but they won't support it .

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September 26, 2017, 04:50:56 AM
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I´m wondering how reliable the profit profile switching is and if it picks the right coin to mine. The numbers jump from $5 per day to $0.8 per day.
I´ve tested Awesome Miner with 2x GTX 1070 and the software reported a profit of $2 per day wheras Nicehash generates $2.90 per day. The profile groups show also weird results. I´ve benchmarked one GTX 1070 and saved the profile. When selecting that profile in the Coins tab it shows $1.70 profit per day. Then I created a profile group, added the single GPU profile and set the profile count to 2. When I select the group profile the profit jumps to $11 per day. Honestly, the software looks great and has amazing features, but those weird numbers make me doubt.

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The online services (Nicehash, Zpool, Miningpoolhub and Miningrigrentals) are the ones that supply the data as to what is most profitable.  AM will switch based upon the information fed to it by these services.  This information is on the Online Services tab.  The Coins tab will only come into play if you have a custom pool group to mine those specific coins with a profit miner.


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September 26, 2017, 08:48:56 AM
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Can I incorporate the Bitcoin rates of Coins.ph "https://quote.coins.ph/v1/markets/BTC-PHP" into Awesome Miner?

and also please support PHP - Philippine Peso

Thank you.
I can add PHP as a display currency for the next release.

Thank you very much. How about the other question.. Smiley

Coins.ph is my exchange wallet. and they have their own rate. Can Awesome miner get the rates from there?

Thank you for Version 4.0.2
PHP - Now supported

Problem is.. There is no rate/value... Smiley

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September 26, 2017, 11:40:43 AM
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I´m wondering how reliable the profit profile switching is and if it picks the right coin to mine. The numbers jump from $5 per day to $0.8 per day.
I´ve tested Awesome Miner with 2x GTX 1070 and the software reported a profit of $2 per day wheras Nicehash generates $2.90 per day. The profile groups show also weird results. I´ve benchmarked one GTX 1070 and saved the profile. When selecting that profile in the Coins tab it shows $1.70 profit per day. Then I created a profile group, added the single GPU profile and set the profile count to 2. When I select the group profile the profit jumps to $11 per day. Honestly, the software looks great and has amazing features, but those weird numbers make me doubt.

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I've been doing a test with the 'Managed Profit Miner' on ZPOOL over the last few days.

I've got all the Algorithm's checked for ZPOOL.

I have disabled all the miners except for the two ccminers for Nvidia GPU's in the profit profile -- I have two 1070's running at the moment for this test, and I have benchmarked one card, the fastest card out of the two, the EVGA, the other card is PNY.

With MSI Afterburner both GPU's are at 85 on the power limit and for the memory one is at +650, and the other is at +600, both are stable with these settings.

It seems that it earns more if you set the Profit Switching time to 1 or 2 minutes, so when a higher profit algorithm / coin comes up it switches to it within the 1 minute time frame based on the data it gets from ZPOOL in the Online Service Tab, by doing this it grabs the high value earnings faster.

This setup seems to be producing $2+ more per day verses Nicehash, with Nicehash I get around $3.20 - $3.90 per 24hrs with their software or Awesome Miner pointed to Nicehash.

In the last 24hrs (as of this post) Awesome Miner with ZPOOL has earned -- 0.00133490 BTC  = 5.26 USD <  USD subject to change based on Bitcoin value.


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September 26, 2017, 02:31:52 PM
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Hi,

a beginners question.

How did you handle adding the workers name?

I am using nanopool and ethermine for example:

ethermines username should be 0x11aaasd3225a7275a4968B7076895F0B19e48C5b.MinerName

nanopools username should be  0x11aaasd3225a7275a4968B7076895F0B19e48C5b/MinerName/name@mail.com

I didnt find a way to setup 2 pools as pool group to have a failover scenario.

if i use "Add to worker name" then the MinerName is on the end of the username. Its ok for ethermine but not for nanopool

any ideas? how did you handle this?

thanks
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September 26, 2017, 06:23:18 PM
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In the last 24hrs (as of this post) Awesome Miner with ZPOOL has earned -- 0.00133490 BTC  = 5.26 USD <  USD subject to change based on Bitcoin value.

$2.60 per day per 1070?  That's amazing.
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September 26, 2017, 06:29:43 PM
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More accurate profit calculation and switching seems like the next big thing to be tackled in mining.  There is a lot of opportunity for improvement.  I don't want to depend on profit switching decisions from pools like Mining Pool Hub, that's too limiting.  Ideally the algorithm should take into account past history of your actual mining hardware, performance of the pools used, and everything.

I'd also like to see just an easier to use mining front end.  Awesome Miner is a very good application but configuring all the pools, miners, and templates gets a bit tedious because of all the different screens and mouse clicking involved.  I'd also like to see A.M. more easily handle mixed mining rigs where you want AMD cards to mine one thing and Nvidia cards another thing.  That's doable in A.M. but it could be a lot easier.
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September 26, 2017, 07:52:19 PM
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Can I incorporate the Bitcoin rates of Coins.ph "https://quote.coins.ph/v1/markets/BTC-PHP" into Awesome Miner?

and also please support PHP - Philippine Peso

Thank you.
I can add PHP as a display currency for the next release.

Thank you very much. How about the other question.. Smiley

Coins.ph is my exchange wallet. and they have their own rate. Can Awesome miner get the rates from there?

Thank you for Version 4.0.2
PHP - Now supported

Problem is.. There is no rate/value... Smiley
Works fine here. Can you please try this URL in the web browser and see if you get a "Rate" for USDPHP? I will also make a change in next release so that if a single exchange rate is 0, it will be ignored until the finance API start returning non-zero values again.
http://query.yahooapis.com/v1/public/yql?q=select+*+from+yahoo.finance.xchange+where+pair+in+(%22USDAUD%22%2c+%22USDCAD%22%2c+%22USDCHF%22%2c+%22USDCNY%22%2c+%22USDDKK%22%2c+%22USDEUR%22%2c+%22USDGBP%22%2c+%22USDHKD%22%2c+%22USDINR%22%2c+%22USDJPY%22%2c+%22USDKRW%22%2c+%22USDMYR%22%2c+%22USDNOK%22%2c+%22USDPHP%22%2c+%22USDRUB%22%2c+%22USDSEK%22%2c+%22USDTHB%22%2c+%22USDTRY%22%2c+%22USDUSD%22%2c+%22USDVND%22)&format=json&env=store://datatables.org/alltableswithkeys

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September 26, 2017, 07:54:03 PM
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Hi,

a beginners question.

How did you handle adding the workers name?

I am using nanopool and ethermine for example:

ethermines username should be 0x11aaasd3225a7275a4968B7076895F0B19e48C5b.MinerName

nanopools username should be  0x11aaasd3225a7275a4968B7076895F0B19e48C5b/MinerName/name@mail.com

I didnt find a way to setup 2 pools as pool group to have a failover scenario.

if i use "Add to worker name" then the MinerName is on the end of the username. Its ok for ethermine but not for nanopool

any ideas? how did you handle this?

thanks

This is actually a bit complex, as some pools have their very own ways of specifying worker names. I think the very last section on this page will be of help in this scenario:
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/workername.aspx

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September 26, 2017, 07:58:26 PM
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@Dev

it qould be nice if i could add some kind of description or comments to each miner

also it qould be perfect if there where any kind of team viewer integration (add a field for the teamviewer id and right click to connect).

thanks so far for this great piece of software

About launching Team Viewer, I don't know the supported command line arguments for that one, but I do have an example on the web site how you can launch Remote Desktop for the selected miner. Maybe this concept can be adjusted to work with Team Viewer as well?

See "Example: Launch Remote Desktop for selected Managed Miner" on this page:
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/rules.aspx

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September 26, 2017, 08:03:00 PM
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Im new to this software and mining,  i got a baikal giant plus and should i trust the profitability estimation in the online service of zpool x13 for profit switching?
Those numbers are the current profitability information from zpool, and those numbers can change quite fast.

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Hey patrike,

I've finally got a profit switching miner going nicely, and it truly is 'awesome'.  I love it, except for one thing.  I can't see a way to change GPU clock/mem settings before each algo switch.  

The hashrate difference between the least and most optimal GPU setting can be quite big, or a setting will run fine with one miner/algo, but crash with another.  I don't need MSI Afterburner integration or any of the extra features that come with the expensive versions.  All I need is a way to run a few batch commands before each miner & algo starts.  Like -

nvidiaInspector.exe -setBaseClockOffset:0,0,140 -setMemoryClockOffset:0,0,600 -setPowerTarget:0,75 -setTempTarget:2,0,83

I can see the option for batch commands with managed miners, but not with a profit switching miner.  It would be nice if there was an option in the Algorithms section to run batch commands before each algo.  Without this function I have to either run the GPU's at lower clock settings and lose profit, or manually run a batch file with optimal settings every time AM switches algo's.  Most miners have options to set clocks, but they can't query 10 series cards.  I'm happy to pay for this program, but I'm mining mostly for fun with just 4 cards.  I don't need all the features that come with the expensive versions.  Just a way to change GPU settings.  

Cheers.
Thanks for your feedback on this. I will use this as input for future development and improvements

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September 26, 2017, 08:13:15 PM
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I´m wondering how reliable the profit profile switching is and if it picks the right coin to mine. The numbers jump from $5 per day to $0.8 per day.
I´ve tested Awesome Miner with 2x GTX 1070 and the software reported a profit of $2 per day wheras Nicehash generates $2.90 per day. The profile groups show also weird results. I´ve benchmarked one GTX 1070 and saved the profile. When selecting that profile in the Coins tab it shows $1.70 profit per day. Then I created a profile group, added the single GPU profile and set the profile count to 2. When I select the group profile the profit jumps to $11 per day. Honestly, the software looks great and has amazing features, but those weird numbers make me doubt.

/Doc
As you point out, the current profit numbers change a lot. What you can do is to change from current profit values to 24h average values instead. You find this setting in Options dialog, Statistics section. Then you will get more stable numbers.

These questions about profit switching is constantly being discussed and there are for sure drawbacks with doing profit switching. What you mine will in many cases be dumped on an exchange and when that is done at a larger scale, the pool will get much less profit that first expected. These are some of the reasons that profit switching isn't always the best strategy for mining. These are general issues with profit switching and not specific to Awesome Miner.

I've not received any other reports on v4.0.2 for the Group Profile profits. Back in 4.0.0 I know there as a calculation issue with the groups. Can this be reproduced all the time?

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More accurate profit calculation and switching seems like the next big thing to be tackled in mining.  There is a lot of opportunity for improvement.  I don't want to depend on profit switching decisions from pools like Mining Pool Hub, that's too limiting.  Ideally the algorithm should take into account past history of your actual mining hardware, performance of the pools used, and everything.

I'd also like to see just an easier to use mining front end.  Awesome Miner is a very good application but configuring all the pools, miners, and templates gets a bit tedious because of all the different screens and mouse clicking involved.  I'd also like to see A.M. more easily handle mixed mining rigs where you want AMD cards to mine one thing and Nvidia cards another thing.  That's doable in A.M. but it could be a lot easier.
Thanks for your feedback. There is always a balance between flexibility/features and ease of use.

GPU mining is a very complex operation as it involves multiple kinds of mining software, none of them compatible with the others, different kind of pools that have their own ways they want worker names and wallets configured and so on. New mining software, algorithms and pools are constantly made available, and all this just needs to work together. In addition to that, all should work in a distributed solution involving multiple computers and networks in between, and of course with rules, web access and cloud, multi-user support and so on. There will always be some configuration and reading on the web site to learn all these concept, but it gives a lot of flexibility and makes it possible to scale the solution to large farms. The mining industry is still very young and I think that's why we still have so many incompatible concepts (software, pools, miner API's, ...) and that creates complexity.

It's fully possible to simply use the Wizard the first time you run Awesome Miner, select profit switching, enter your bitcoin address for Nicehash and start the miner. So it doesn't have to be more complex than that.


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September 27, 2017, 02:01:11 PM
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Hello.
I decided to download a free version of the program and try to connect to it Antminer S7 for switching profitability.
Nothing happens. Or is it only possible in a paid version?
Help please with the settings.
Here is the configuration API.

Version: 4.0.2
API command: config
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "E",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 45,
      "Msg": "Access denied to 'config' command",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: summary
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "S",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 11,
      "Msg": "Summary",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "SUMMARY": [
    {
      "Elapsed": 3755,
      "GHS 5s": 4697.23,
      "GHS av": 4729.14,
      "Found Blocks": 0,
      "Getworks": 80,
      "Accepted": 353,
      "Rejected": 4,
      "Hardware Errors": 19,
      "Utility": 5.64,
      "Discarded": 1288,
      "Stale": 0,
      "Get Failures": 0,
      "Local Work": 8204094,
      "Remote Failures": 0,
      "Network Blocks": 5,
      "Total MH": 17759859500.0,
      "Work Utility": 66065.27,
      "Difficulty Accepted": 3616768.0,
      "Difficulty Rejected": 40960.0,
      "Difficulty Stale": 0.0,
      "Best Share": 0,
      "Device Hardware%": 0.0005,
      "Device Rejected%": 0.9906,
      "Pool Rejected%": 1.1198,
      "Pool Stale%": 0.0,
      "Last getwork": 1506520775
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: privileged
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "E",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 45,
      "Msg": "Access denied to 'privileged' command",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: devs
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "S",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 9,
      "Msg": "1 ASC(s)",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "DEVS": [
    {
      "ASC": 0,
      "Name": "BTM",
      "ID": 0,
      "Enabled": "Y",
      "Status": "Alive",
      "Temperature": 56.67,
      "MHS av": 4729135.81,
      "MHS 5s": 4982470.8,
      "Accepted": 353,
      "Rejected": 4,
      "Hardware Errors": 19,
      "Utility": 5.64,
      "Last Share Pool": 0,
      "Last Share Time": 1506520743,
      "Total MH": 17759859500.0,
      "Diff1 Work": 4135040,
      "Difficulty Accepted": 3616768.0,
      "Difficulty Rejected": 40960.0,
      "Last Share Difficulty": 16384.0,
      "No Device": false,
      "Last Valid Work": 1506520775,
      "Device Hardware%": 0.0005,
      "Device Rejected%": 0.9906,
      "Device Elapsed": 3755
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: pools
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "S",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 7,
      "Msg": "3 Pool(s)",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "POOLS": [
    {
      "POOL": 0,
      "URL": "stratum+tcp://stratum.antpool.com:3333",
      "Status": "Alive",
      "Priority": 0,
      "Quota": 1,
      "Long Poll": "N",
      "Getworks": 75,
      "Accepted": 353,
      "Rejected": 4,
      "Discarded": 1288,
      "Stale": 0,
      "Get Failures": 0,
      "Remote Failures": 0,
      "User": "edmal3",
      "Last Share Time": "0:00:32",
      "Diff": "16.4K",
      "Diff1 Shares": 4135040,
      "Proxy Type": "",
      "Proxy": "",
      "Difficulty Accepted": 3616768.0,
      "Difficulty Rejected": 40960.0,
      "Difficulty Stale": 0.0,
      "Last Share Difficulty": 16384.0,
      "Has Stratum": true,
      "Stratum Active": true,
      "Stratum URL": "stratum.antpool.com",
      "Has GBT": false,
      "Best Share": 0,
      "Pool Rejected%": 1.1198,
      "Pool Stale%": 0.0
    },
    {
      "POOL": 1,
      "URL": "stratum+tcp://stratum.antpool.com:443",
      "Status": "Alive",
      "Priority": 1,
      "Quota": 1,
      "Long Poll": "N",
      "Getworks": 2,
      "Accepted": 0,
      "Rejected": 0,
      "Discarded": 0,
      "Stale": 0,
      "Get Failures": 0,
      "Remote Failures": 0,
      "User": "edmal3",
      "Last Share Time": "0",
      "Diff": "",
      "Diff1 Shares": 0,
      "Proxy Type": "",
      "Proxy": "",
      "Difficulty Accepted": 0.0,
      "Difficulty Rejected": 0.0,
      "Difficulty Stale": 0.0,
      "Last Share Difficulty": 0.0,
      "Has Stratum": true,
      "Stratum Active": false,
      "Stratum URL": "",
      "Has GBT": false,
      "Best Share": 0,
      "Pool Rejected%": 0.0,
      "Pool Stale%": 0.0
    },
    {
      "POOL": 2,
      "URL": "stratum+tcp://stratum.antpool.com:25",
      "Status": "Alive",
      "Priority": 2,
      "Quota": 1,
      "Long Poll": "N",
      "Getworks": 3,
      "Accepted": 0,
      "Rejected": 0,
      "Discarded": 0,
      "Stale": 0,
      "Get Failures": 0,
      "Remote Failures": 0,
      "User": "edmal3",
      "Last Share Time": "0",
      "Diff": "",
      "Diff1 Shares": 0,
      "Proxy Type": "",
      "Proxy": "",
      "Difficulty Accepted": 0.0,
      "Difficulty Rejected": 0.0,
      "Difficulty Stale": 0.0,
      "Last Share Difficulty": 0.0,
      "Has Stratum": true,
      "Stratum Active": false,
      "Stratum URL": "",
      "Has GBT": false,
      "Best Share": 0,
      "Pool Rejected%": 0.0,
      "Pool Stale%": 0.0
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: coin
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "E",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 45,
      "Msg": "Access denied to 'coin' command",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: notify
{
  "STATUS": [
    {
      "STATUS": "E",
      "When": 1506520775,
      "Code": 45,
      "Msg": "Access denied to 'notify' command",
      "Description": "cgminer 4.8.0"
    }
  ],
  "id": 1
}
API command: stats
{"STATUS":[{"STATUS":"S","When":1506520775,"Code":70,"Msg":"CGMiner stats","Description":"cgminer 4.8.0"}],"STATS":[{"CGMiner":"4.8.0","Miner":"3.5.3.0","CompileTime":"Mon May 23 14:53:27 CST 2016","Type":"Antminer S7"}{"STATS":0,"ID":"BTM0","Elapsed":3755,"Calls":0,"Wait":0.000000,"Max":0.000000,"Min":99999999.000000,"GHS 5s":4697.23,"GHS av":4729.14,"baud":115200,"miner_count":3,"asic_count":8,"timeout":5,"frequency":"700","voltage":"0.706","hwv1":3,"hwv2":5,"hwv3":3,"hwv4":0,"fan_num":6,"fan1":3720,"fan2":0,"fan3":3600,"fan4":0,"fan5":0,"fan6":0,"fan7":0,"fan8":0,"fan9":0,"fan10":0,"fan11":0,"fan12":0,"fan13":0,"fan14":0,"fan15":0,"fan16":0,"temp_num":3,"temp1":58,"temp2":58,"temp3":54,"temp4":0,"temp5":0,"temp6":0,"temp7":0,"temp8":0,"temp9":0,"temp10":0,"temp11":0,"temp12":0,"temp13":0,"temp14":0,"temp15":0,"temp16":0,"temp_avg":56,"temp_max":59,"Device Hardware%":0.0005,"no_matching_work":19,"chain_acn1":45,"chain_acn2":45,"chain_acn3":45,"chain_acn4":0,"chain_acn5":0,"chain_acn6":0,"chain_acn7":0,"chain_acn8":0,"chain_acn9":0,"chain_acn10":0,"chain_acn11":0,"chain_acn12":0,"chain_acn13":0,"chain_acn14":0,"chain_acn15":0,"chain_acn16":0,"chain_acs1":"oooooooo ooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo ","chain_acs2":"oooooooo ooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo ","chain_acs3":"oooooooo ooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo oooooooo ","chain_acs4":"","chain_acs5":"","chain_acs6":"","chain_acs7":"","chain_acs8":"","chain_acs9":"","chain_acs10":"","chain_acs11":"","chain_acs12":"","chain_acs13":"","chain_acs14":"","chain_acs15":"","chain_acs16":"","USB Pipe":"0"}],"id":1}
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September 27, 2017, 05:02:18 PM
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Hello.
I decided to download a free version of the program and try to connect to it Antminer S7 for switching profitability.
Nothing happens. Or is it only possible in a paid version?
Help please with the settings.
That's possible with the Free Edition as well. I think your miner is running in Restricted API Mode, which you can see on the Summary tab in Awesome Miner when you have selected your Antminer.

By default, Antminers are configured with Restricted API access, which only makes it possible to monitor the mining statistics, but not performing operations like changing pool. Awesome Miner can help with configuring your Antminers to run with Privileged API access instead. See:
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/antminerapi.aspx

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September 27, 2017, 05:27:28 PM
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In which field do you need to insert parameters manually?
Because in the automatic mode there is no access.

Do you need to insert this record?
--api-allow W:192.168.0.0/24,W:127.0.0.1
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September 27, 2017, 07:01:22 PM
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In which field do you need to insert parameters manually?
Because in the automatic mode there is no access.

Do you need to insert this record?
--api-allow W:192.168.0.0/24,W:127.0.0.1
If you use a Managed Miner, Awesome Miner will setup all API access for you so you don't need those command line arguments. Can you explain a bit more about what isn't working in that scenario? What mining software are you using?

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