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November 24, 2016, 08:52:44 PM
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hello Patrik

our mine is in Venezuela and temps here is our main concern because of our warm climate...we run industrial grade ventilation on our warehouse....our miners usually run in the high 60's in the daytime and sometimes peak on the low 70s for a couple of hours on hot days at noon. we would like the protection to trigger in the rare case of a ventilation failure on our warehouse to protect the miners...since we don't have a dedicated staff there all the time.

do you have any more info on the overheat protection rule.....I see it defaults at 96 degrees, it seems quite high for Antminers, antminers are supposed to stop hashing at 80 deg, but i've seen them reach 80 deg and stay at 80 in the past , look like they don't really to stop working when they reach 80 deg with their built in overheat protection in the firmware ....any recommendations?

thanks in advance

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The "Device Temperature" trigger should be possible to use in this case. The default value is 96 degrees because a device can also be a GPU when doing GPU mining, and they can run over 90 degree in some cases. For an Antminer, you are fully correct that the device temperature should trigger much earlier, and around 80 is probably a good idea.

Please note that you can also change "Temperature source" to "Antminer chip", if you want the trigger to look at the temperatures of the Antminer chips (instead of the PCB temperature). The chip temperatures are typically much higher, about 90 - 100 degrees. In the Summary tab in Awesome Miner, you can also see the current chip temperature.

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November 24, 2016, 08:56:16 PM
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Can we get an additional scale in the "Performance History" settings for non SHA of just H/s?  This would be useful for monitoring the performance while we are working with Equihash (ZEC, ZCL).
Good point, I will implement that in next release.

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November 24, 2016, 09:06:06 PM
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Want to hear if it is possible for Awesome to work through Hamachi VPN ?
If you have several locations with a direct VPN tunnel through Hamachi VPN, would awesome work then and monitor miners on that scope of IP ?
Problem for Hamachi is that it distribute an virtual IP and I do not know if Awesome would work through a Virtual IP and see both the local IP subnet and the virtual IP ?
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I know that there are several users of Awesome Miner that run it together with Hamachi. Awesome Miner isn't really aware of what's going on at the network level as long as it can connect to the specified IP in some way. I don't know if the exact setup you are looking for here will work, but as long as Hamachi setup eveything correctly on an IP level, Awesome Miner should work.

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November 25, 2016, 08:30:15 AM
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are they any plans to add additional coins to the profit switching? for example: ZEC and ZCL?

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November 25, 2016, 02:09:02 PM
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are they any plans to add additional coins to the profit switching? for example: ZEC and ZCL?

It should be able to do that already? Multi-Engine profit switching?
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November 25, 2016, 02:09:16 PM
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November 25, 2016, 02:35:10 PM
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are they any plans to add additional coins to the profit switching? for example: ZEC and ZCL?

It should be able to do that already? Multi-Engine profit switching?

as per: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=676942.620

Awesome Profit Switching works for any combination of GPU mining computers and standalone ASIC's, as long as a Cgminer/Sgminer compatible API is available. The nVidia CUDA based ccMiner is also supported, but with fewer algorithms.
Supported multi-pools for automatic profit switching:
NiceHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
WestHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
LTCRabbit (Scrypt, X11)
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November 25, 2016, 08:09:18 PM
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hi  I just bought  an antminer s9 b22 with last firmware, very noisy,  does awesome miner configure frequency is working with this batch?
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November 26, 2016, 10:40:28 PM
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are they any plans to add additional coins to the profit switching? for example: ZEC and ZCL?

It should be able to do that already? Multi-Engine profit switching?

as per: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=676942.620

Awesome Profit Switching works for any combination of GPU mining computers and standalone ASIC's, as long as a Cgminer/Sgminer compatible API is available. The nVidia CUDA based ccMiner is also supported, but with fewer algorithms.
Supported multi-pools for automatic profit switching:
NiceHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
WestHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
LTCRabbit (Scrypt, X11)
Hi,
There are actually two profit switching features in Awesome Miner (both found in Options dialog, Rules section).

Awesome Profit Switcher is the original one and is doing profit switching within a specific mining process. For example when running sgminer, you typically and to switch between all the algorithms you listed above. Awesome Profit Switcher also works fine with both External Miners and Managed Miners.

However, sgminer doesn't support Zcash mining, and in order to switch between Zcash mining and the algorithms supported by sgminer, the feature "Multi Engine Profit Switching" can be used. This one only works with Managed Miners, and basically allows you to define one Managed Miner for Zcash mining, and another Managed Miner for sgminer. These will be started and stopped based on profitability.

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November 26, 2016, 10:41:48 PM
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hi  I just bought  an antminer s9 b22 with last firmware, very noisy,  does awesome miner configure frequency is working with this batch?
The latest batches of Antminer S9 is running bmminer 2.0 software, and at the moment there is no known way of chaning this frequency.
If anyone figures out how to do it over SSH by modifying the bmconfig file or similar, please let me know.

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November 26, 2016, 10:43:20 PM
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Awesome Miner version 2.1.2

- More coin address balance statistics providers supported, to display wallet balance for Dash, Ethereum, Zcash and more.
- Allow H/s as unit for graphs to better visualize Zcash mining speed
- Claymore's Zcash Miner 8.0

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November 27, 2016, 03:34:02 AM
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are they any plans to add additional coins to the profit switching? for example: ZEC and ZCL?

It should be able to do that already? Multi-Engine profit switching?

as per: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=676942.620

Awesome Profit Switching works for any combination of GPU mining computers and standalone ASIC's, as long as a Cgminer/Sgminer compatible API is available. The nVidia CUDA based ccMiner is also supported, but with fewer algorithms.
Supported multi-pools for automatic profit switching:
NiceHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
WestHash (Scrypt, Scrypt Adaptive N, SHA-3 (Keccak), X11, X13, X15, Nist5, Neoscrypt, Lyra2RE, Qubit, WhirlpoolX)
LTCRabbit (Scrypt, X11)
Hi,
There are actually two profit switching features in Awesome Miner (both found in Options dialog, Rules section).

Awesome Profit Switcher is the original one and is doing profit switching within a specific mining process. For example when running sgminer, you typically and to switch between all the algorithms you listed above. Awesome Profit Switcher also works fine with both External Miners and Managed Miners.

However, sgminer doesn't support Zcash mining, and in order to switch between Zcash mining and the algorithms supported by sgminer, the feature "Multi Engine Profit Switching" can be used. This one only works with Managed Miners, and basically allows you to define one Managed Miner for Zcash mining, and another Managed Miner for sgminer. These will be started and stopped based on profitability.


Is there a help section on this second one? I cant find any thing that would walk me through the setup?

Also by the way you describe it, it cant switch between ZCE and ZCL? because that is switching between claymore and claymore?

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November 28, 2016, 08:39:53 PM
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Hi,
There are actually two profit switching features in Awesome Miner (both found in Options dialog, Rules section).

Awesome Profit Switcher is the original one and is doing profit switching within a specific mining process. For example when running sgminer, you typically and to switch between all the algorithms you listed above. Awesome Profit Switcher also works fine with both External Miners and Managed Miners.

However, sgminer doesn't support Zcash mining, and in order to switch between Zcash mining and the algorithms supported by sgminer, the feature "Multi Engine Profit Switching" can be used. This one only works with Managed Miners, and basically allows you to define one Managed Miner for Zcash mining, and another Managed Miner for sgminer. These will be started and stopped based on profitability.


Is there a help section on this second one? I cant find any thing that would walk me through the setup?

Also by the way you describe it, it cant switch between ZCE and ZCL? because that is switching between claymore and claymore?

Thanks

Boysie
If you only need to switch between ZEC and ZCL you want to switch between it should work fine with just the standard "Awesome Profit Switching". Both are handled by the same mining software, so no multi-engine features are required.

Enable "Awesome Profit Switching" in Options -> Rules, and define a "Pool Group" with the two pools (one for ZEC and one for ZCL) and it should just work.

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November 28, 2016, 11:41:40 PM
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hi  I just bought  an antminer s9 b22 with last firmware, very noisy,  does awesome miner configure frequency is working with this batch?
The latest batches of Antminer S9 is running bmminer 2.0 software, and at the moment there is no known way of chaning this frequency.
If anyone figures out how to do it over SSH by modifying the bmconfig file or similar, please let me know.
So far from info in the Hardware thread, voltage and freq are stored in the PIC on the miners from batch 16 on up. After Auto-tune runs and BMminer 2.0 looks at the metrics the results for best speed/voltage are sent to the PIC. So, the restart info is hopefully stored in it on the hash board and sticks at least through a soft boot. (someone verify please?).

Edit: I looked up the datasheet for the PIC they use http://www.microchip.com/wwwproducts/en/PIC16F1704 and it only has 128bits of NV memory in the cpu and 7k total flash. Seems too small to store the needed data so perhaps there *is* a conf file in their software that either sets per-chain as found during auto-tune or - maybe - via a hardware ID.

Folks there have also said that if you update older (pre batch 16) to use the 'apply to all' firmware updates, yes things still mostly work as before but -- if you lose a hashboard and get a replacement, guess what?

The original older boards do their thing though with a more limited choice of freq but the new replacement board(s) auto-tune and then remain locked at what they think is best. Definitely hardware version checking going on...

Also from the same poster in the HW section https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1493601.msg17012772#msg17012772 seems that with this weeks flavor of Bitmain's latest Firmware, on Factory reset/install the freq for auto-tune s9's might be able to be set. so I'd think that with a little of Awesome's software majik you might be able to give us better s9 control back no?

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November 30, 2016, 03:53:06 PM
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Is there an iPhone or android app for awesomeminer?
Or is the web interface the only mobile feature?

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November 30, 2016, 04:33:11 PM
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Is there an iPhone or android app for awesomeminer?
Or is the web interface the only mobile feature?

Awesome Miner does not provide external webserver/websites you can connect to via Internet.
If you would like to access your miner you have to configure your firewall in order to access your miner. Having that done you can access the webinterface via mobile phone if you like.
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November 30, 2016, 06:11:34 PM
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Is there an iPhone or android app for awesomeminer?
Or is the web interface the only mobile feature?

Awesome Miner provides a web interface that you can read about here: http://www.awesomeminer.com/help/web.aspx
Like FlensGold stated above, the current solution requires configuration of your router in order to make the web interface accessible from your smart phone.

There are however development in progress to remove the requirement of this configuration, and make the monitoring available from a public web site - available from any smart phone or computer without any additional configuration.

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December 02, 2016, 04:24:59 AM
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It is mining with Claymore, but says Interface offline and I don't get any stats. What is wrong?
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It is mining with Claymore, but says Interface offline and I don't get any stats. What is wrong?
Looks like your "server" (the system where you administrate Awesome Miner) can not connect to the client. You can test clicking on "Test connection" in Options -> Managed Hosts -> Edit (Your Miner).
The clients normally do not stop mining on their own, if there is no connection to the server. They are even able to start the software after reboot (if configured) even when the server is offline.
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Thanks for reply.

Actually I can control the "server", Start, Stop, Restart, Reboot Computer and etc, but still getting this "Interface offline" error. I get only console view (successfully refreshing), but nothing else.
Excluded firewalls (totally disabled both sides for a few minutes), but still the same.

Any idea?
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