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September 12, 2016, 05:24:04 AM
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Actually in regards to number 1 above, it seems about 20% of my rigs will not accept the Remote Agent Update so I am having to do them individually.

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September 12, 2016, 08:23:02 AM
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I got the API working with sgminer-gm but it is missing the settings from the stock config file allowing it to run at regular speeds.  Things like work size etc.

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September 12, 2016, 09:44:09 AM
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Currently it's limited to 20, because that was the maximum in the past. I can probably change that if the maximum has been incresed these days.
Yes, at least, sgminer 5.4.0 supported intensity up to 24

P.S. Sorry for errors in English - it's not my native language...
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September 12, 2016, 03:35:56 PM
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I got the API working with sgminer-gm but it is missing the settings from the stock config file allowing it to run at regular speeds.  Things like work size etc.
You need to define that in Device Profiles in Awesome Miner. Then you point your miner (or pool) to the Device Profile you created.
Awesome Miner will not make use of any settings in the default configuration file.
http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/deviceprofile.aspx

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September 12, 2016, 03:36:48 PM
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Actually in regards to number 1 above, it seems about 20% of my rigs will not accept the Remote Agent Update so I am having to do them individually.
Could you please send me the Awesome Miner log file and what time you experience this problem? Thanks!

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September 12, 2016, 10:38:59 PM
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So far I am loving this latest dev build. Now having Privileged Access that sticks through hard boot to the few errant s7's I have and all my s9's is marvelous. Cheesy

On custom reporting of chip temps, folks should know Bitmine changed the API tags used for boards 2 and 3. Well technically, they moved the control cable ports and that changes the tags used. They changed it sometime after Batch-5. Anywho I now use
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"Chip: " + stats.ChipTemp1 + " / " + stats.ChipTemp2 + " / " + stats.ChipTemp3 + " /  " + stats.ChipTemp4 + " °C"

Works for all s9 batches, the '0' displayed from unused channel just moves from spot-2 to spot-4 depending on batch/where the miner control cable is plugged into.

Request: Any way to make the performance graph record at least 12, preferably 24hrs? And be able to export the data as csv?
I ask because I am seeing weird behavior on a couple s7's and want to track when/how often.
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September 13, 2016, 12:01:13 AM
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Agreed, a longer period of time for history would be a great enhancement. Would it be possible to save that history with less detail for a week or even a month, and more detail for maybe 24 hours?

Logging to a csv file is desirable also.
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September 13, 2016, 09:44:32 AM
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Is it possible Awesome Miner to display Titan temperatures? Now i can get only zeros... I have read a lot but can not find any information about Titan processor temperatures, can you help me please?
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September 13, 2016, 01:09:09 PM
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I just purchased Awesome miner and so far I am very impressed.

There is something I am a bit confused about though. My rigs are mining to daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com ... is it possible to set the last column to show BTC profit per day?


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September 13, 2016, 05:04:26 PM
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So far I am loving this latest dev build. Now having Privileged Access - that sticks through hard boot - to the few errant s7's I have and all my s9's is marvelous. Cheesy

On custom reporting of chip temps, folks should know Bitmine changed the API tags used for boards 2 and 3. Well technically, they moved the control cable ports and that changes the tags used. Think it was batch 10 or later. Anywho I now use
Code:
"Chip: " + stats.ChipTemp1 + " / " + stats.ChipTemp2 + " / " + stats.ChipTemp3 + " /  " + stats.ChipTemp4 + " °C"

Works for all s9 batches, just the '0' moves from spot-2 to spot-4.
Thanks for the update on this.

Request: Any way to make the performance graph record at least 12, preferably 24hrs? And be able to export the data as csv?
I ask because I am seeing weird behavior on a couple s7's and want to track when/how often.
Cheers!
Agreed, a longer period of time for history would be a great enhancement. Would it be possible to save that history with less detail for a week or even a month, and more detail for maybe 24 hours?

Logging to a csv file is desirable also.
These are good requests. Exporting to CSV will make perfect sense for larger period of times, because it will allow you to use Excel or similar to do more powerful analysis. I will put this high on the list of features to implement.

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September 13, 2016, 05:06:12 PM
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Is it possible Awesome Miner to display Titan temperatures? Now i can get only zeros... I have read a lot but can not find any information about Titan processor temperatures, can you help me please?
Hi, that should be possible.

Could you please send me the API report for your Titan miner? Select your Titan miner in the Awesome Miner main window and go to the toolbar: Tools -> API Report
Thanks!

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September 13, 2016, 05:08:43 PM
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I just purchased Awesome miner and so far I am very impressed.

There is something I am a bit confused about though. My rigs are mining to daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com ... is it possible to set the last column to show BTC profit per day?
It works fine for all other algorithms, but Nicehash changed their API for how Ethereum/Daggerhashimoto is reported. I will update Awesome Miner to correct that.

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September 18, 2016, 07:44:00 PM
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I have a mining farm outside my town. There are mostly S9 antminers.
I'm interested if I can use this software in only monitoring purposes, on the place at a farm there are only miners and network equipment no PC or other host devices. Is it possible to use Awesome Miner remotely ? Or I need a host computer at a farm ?
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September 19, 2016, 04:14:09 PM
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I have a mining farm outside my town. There are mostly S9 antminers.
I'm interested if I can use this software in only monitoring purposes, on the place at a farm there are only miners and network equipment no PC or other host devices. Is it possible to use Awesome Miner remotely ? Or I need a host computer at a farm ?
Awesome Miner needs a Windows computer to run and a network connection (either local LAN, over Internet or some kind of VPN) to the miners. Either you need to put a PC on the site, or you need to setup VPN and connect to the farm over Internet, while running Awesome Miner somewhere else.

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September 19, 2016, 04:18:09 PM
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I have a mining farm outside my town. There are mostly S9 antminers.
I'm interested if I can use this software in only monitoring purposes, on the place at a farm there are only miners and network equipment no PC or other host devices. Is it possible to use Awesome Miner remotely ? Or I need a host computer at a farm ?
Awesome Miner needs a Windows computer to run and a network connection (either local LAN, over Internet or some kind of VPN) to the miners. Either you need to put a PC on the site, or you need to setup VPN and connect to the farm over Internet, while running Awesome Miner somewhere else.
thanks for your answer, I guess a normal VPN router will do the job
Lets say I have a host on site, is it possible to monitor from anywhere without using rdp or vpn? Just with AM?
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September 20, 2016, 05:54:05 PM
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I have a mining farm outside my town. There are mostly S9 antminers.
I'm interested if I can use this software in only monitoring purposes, on the place at a farm there are only miners and network equipment no PC or other host devices. Is it possible to use Awesome Miner remotely ? Or I need a host computer at a farm ?
Awesome Miner needs a Windows computer to run and a network connection (either local LAN, over Internet or some kind of VPN) to the miners. Either you need to put a PC on the site, or you need to setup VPN and connect to the farm over Internet, while running Awesome Miner somewhere else.
thanks for your answer, I guess a normal VPN router will do the job
Lets say I have a host on site, is it possible to monitor from anywhere without using rdp or vpn? Just with AM?
Awesome Miner has a built in web interface where you can monitor the mining, but it will still require you to be able to connect from your computer/mobile to the computer where Awesome Miner is running. Or was it some other kind of setup you had in mind?

There is another feature I've been thinking about implementing, and that is to let Awesome Miner push CSV files or Chart images (showing miner hashrate / stats) to a FTP-server.

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September 21, 2016, 01:55:11 PM
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Argg! Just applied the latest dev version and it does not run. Tries to launch but before even getting a splash screen Windoze reports it has stopped working....
How can I rollback to the previous version?

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September 21, 2016, 03:31:36 PM
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Argg! Just applied the latest dev version and it does not run. Tries to launch but before even getting a splash screen Windoze reports it has stopped working....
How can I rollback to the previous version?

Could you please send me the AwesomeMiner.log file?
Do Start->Run and type:
%localappdata%\AwesomeMiner
This will get you to the folder where the log file is located.

I've put the previous dev-version here, can you please try to download and use?
http://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
You may have to uninstall first.

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September 21, 2016, 04:13:34 PM
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Log sent via email.
Tried applying the update 9/21 09:45:00 time stamp.
Uninstalled and then re-installed and now back to v1.7.6

Edit: applied the prev release you gave, now up to v1.7.13 and working fine. Thanks.
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September 21, 2016, 07:18:22 PM
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Log sent via email.
Tried applying the update 9/21 09:45:00 time stamp.
Uninstalled and then re-installed and now back to v1.7.6

Edit: applied the prev release you gave, now up to v1.7.13 and working fine. Thanks.
Cheers!
Nice, and sorry for the inconvenience. I've just made v.1.7.15 available that first of all corrects the problem, but in addition to that takes care of all similar problems during startup and makes sure Awesome Miner will run fine anyway.

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