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December 03, 2018, 10:58:34 AM
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Awesome Miner version 6.0.2

 ASIC mining
  - Update firmware feature for Antminers. The firmware will be uploaded and updated for all the selected Antminers.
 .........

Could anybody explain this feature? Where can I read what does the new firmware can do for my L3+ for example?
Thank you.
It's the firmware provided by Bitmain that can be deployed to your Antminers. The feature in Awesome Miner is about mass upgrading Antminers with firmware, but Awesome Miner itself doesn't provide any firmware.

It's a way to automate the task to upgrade the firmware where you today need to go into the web interface of each of your Antminers and make the upgrade. That kind of upgrade via the web interface is fine if you only have a few Antminers, but for those having 20 or 200 Antminers it makes sense to let Awesome Miner do perform this instead.


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December 03, 2018, 01:53:09 PM
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Hello , can't run Zhack on (nicehash.com) does not start with the miner GMiner.  My diagnosis:

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Initialize diagnostics (2)
Starting Diagnostics. Awesome Miner version: 6.0.2
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1 64-bit
nVidia driver version: 417.01
Microsoft VC++ 2013 runtime installed: Yes
Microsoft VC++ 2015 runtime installed: Yes
Starting Mining Software
Setting up Miner Engine. Instance: 1
Engine Type: GMiner, Auto Download: True, EnginePath: , Subtype: Disabled, CustomExecutable:
Properties: (WindowMode: ConsoleFormat, EngineType: GMiner, IsProfitMiner: True)
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C:\Users\ESONIC\AppData\Local\AwesomeMiner\gminer_1_10_windows64_1\miner.exe  -a 144_5 -d 0 1 2 3 4 5 -s zhash.eu.nicehash.com -n 3369 -u 1J66pdXyBkRtbdW5LWExDSbicehCcmxk5q -p x -w 0 --api 4028
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Mining Engine Process started, PID: 4888
> personalization string not specified

====================================================================================================
Unexpected exit of mining software. Possible cause: Incorrect configuration or crashing software
Diagnostics completed


I confess that the same thing happens to me. Nicehash with Gminer does not work, it gives errors. I have not tried EWBF because for me that miner remains old.

We expect quick solution in an update just for this. Now it is very interesting Zhash both in mining alone and in Nicehash, in fact it is almost what mino in coins lately

Maybe patrike left it out, there's a lot of things to do and overlooking is unintended but happens. The error is clearly no pers string defined.

Just go into Online Services -> NiceHash (ZHash) -> Personalisation String (Optional) and add auto

it should just work from there

thanks also worked for me
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December 03, 2018, 02:57:49 PM
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patrike

Is it possible to specify a specific number per kW in a certain profile?
those. not the price for 1 kW / hour, but the fixed price?
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December 03, 2018, 08:20:17 PM
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How i can get access by  API to miner Tag options? 
Yes, the Tags are exposed over the Awesome Miner HTTP API. Please see the section "Tags" on this page for details:
https://support.awesomeminer.com/support/solutions/articles/35000085916-awesome-miner-http-api

Thanks, but I said wrong.

I meant access from a script in C #
Right now it can only be accessed and modified via the HTTP API and the Rules in Awesome Miner - but currently not via the C# scripting feature. I will note your request.

It will be great, because it would allow more fine-tuning scripts.
I hope that you will add the all of the functionality that available through the web API
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December 03, 2018, 11:15:13 PM
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Hey Patrike, I have some more requests as mining seemingly is evolving in weird ways.

-A way to pull date/time stamp for rules activation from a txt file which is monitored. Such as scanning a text file and recognizing a date/time stamp and using that as a trigger. Date/time syntax could be specified by the user to make it easier to program for you.

-Adding a command to shutdown miners. There is reboot command, but not shutdown.

-Adding the ability to send a magic packet to machines (Wake on Lan). Machine MAC addresses in addition to IPs should be recorded by Awesome Miner and should be seamlessly integrated with miners. Wake on Lan is heavily documented with examples, very easy to implement, and used in a lot of applications. This is very important for low power usage scenarios.

-Apply a template to selected miners. I'm not sure if there is some weird way of doing this already, but you can only select pools or pool groups, and not change the template (which is needed for swapping algorithms on a schedule).

Thanks. ^^

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December 03, 2018, 11:53:53 PM
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Hey Patrike, I have some more requests as mining seemingly is evolving in weird ways.

-A way to pull date/time stamp for rules activation from a txt file which is monitored. Such as scanning a text file and recognizing a date/time stamp and using that as a trigger. Date/time syntax could be specified by the user to make it easier to program for you.

-Adding a command to shutdown miners. There is reboot command, but not shutdown.

-Adding the ability to send a magic packet to machines (Wake on Lan). Machine MAC addresses in addition to IPs should be recorded by Awesome Miner and should be seamlessly integrated with miners. Wake on Lan is heavily documented with examples, very easy to implement, and used in a lot of applications. This is very important for low power usage scenarios.

-Apply a template to selected miners. I'm not sure if there is some weird way of doing this already, but you can only select pools or pool groups, and not change the template (which is needed for swapping algorithms on a schedule).

Thanks. ^^

I second the need to shutdown a rig in addition to reboot.  It's not often I need that but it would be nice to have.
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December 03, 2018, 11:59:22 PM
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New z-enemy 1.26 Nvidia GPU Miner With Improved Performance

The new version adds up to +5-7% for X16r and X16s, +7% for Bitcore, few percent for other algorithms such as X17, C11, Aergo … on GTX 10×0 cards. The Hex algorithm gets +10% for GTX 10×0 cards and +2% for RTX 20×0 GPUs as a hashrate boost.

https://cryptomining-blog.com/10460-new-z-enemy-1-26-nvidia-gpu-miner-with-improved-performance/
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December 04, 2018, 01:24:53 AM
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Hey Patrike, I have some more requests as mining seemingly is evolving in weird ways.

-A way to pull date/time stamp for rules activation from a txt file which is monitored. Such as scanning a text file and recognizing a date/time stamp and using that as a trigger. Date/time syntax could be specified by the user to make it easier to program for you.

-Adding a command to shutdown miners. There is reboot command, but not shutdown.

-Adding the ability to send a magic packet to machines (Wake on Lan). Machine MAC addresses in addition to IPs should be recorded by Awesome Miner and should be seamlessly integrated with miners. Wake on Lan is heavily documented with examples, very easy to implement, and used in a lot of applications. This is very important for low power usage scenarios.

-Apply a template to selected miners. I'm not sure if there is some weird way of doing this already, but you can only select pools or pool groups, and not change the template (which is needed for swapping algorithms on a schedule).

Thanks. ^^

I second the need to shutdown a rig in addition to reboot.  It's not often I need that but it would be nice to have.

Yes  should specify I was looking for these things to be available as a 'rules action' option for scheduling, however, contextual menu for things like shutdown is also something I've needed and instead I have to remote in to do it manually.

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December 04, 2018, 03:45:13 AM
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https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.4/t-rex-0.8.4-win-cuda10.0.zip

New T-rex 0.8.4  add custom
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December 04, 2018, 01:23:18 PM
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New release T-Rex 0.8.5  Performance improvements: x22i +5%

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.5/t-rex-0.8.5-win-cuda10.0.zip
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December 04, 2018, 01:42:11 PM
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New release T-Rex 0.8.5  Performance improvements: x22i +5%

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.5/t-rex-0.8.5-win-cuda10.0.zip


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December 04, 2018, 03:43:30 PM
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New release T-Rex 0.8.5  Performance improvements: x22i +5%

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.5/t-rex-0.8.5-win-cuda10.0.zip
It is necessary to somehow stop this disgrace with a constant update.
Patrike, you need to figure out how to automatically update the miner. It would be good to make a notification about the release of a new miner and update the miner separately from the program.
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December 04, 2018, 06:16:38 PM
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patrike

Is it possible to specify a specific number per kW in a certain profile?
those. not the price for 1 kW / hour, but the fixed price?
I've had a few simlar requests in the past but this is currently not supported.

Maybe it should be possible to define something like this:
- Additional power usage (W) on a global level, in addition to the individual miners. To be used to reduce the total profit on the dashboard
- Additional power user per miner - configured per profit profile
  - Possible to override this per miner as well

All this would be added on top of the power usage specified per algorithm.

Please let me know your view on this.

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December 04, 2018, 06:30:55 PM
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Hey Patrike, I have some more requests as mining seemingly is evolving in weird ways.

-A way to pull date/time stamp for rules activation from a txt file which is monitored. Such as scanning a text file and recognizing a date/time stamp and using that as a trigger. Date/time syntax could be specified by the user to make it easier to program for you.

-Adding a command to shutdown miners. There is reboot command, but not shutdown.

-Adding the ability to send a magic packet to machines (Wake on Lan). Machine MAC addresses in addition to IPs should be recorded by Awesome Miner and should be seamlessly integrated with miners. Wake on Lan is heavily documented with examples, very easy to implement, and used in a lot of applications. This is very important for low power usage scenarios.

-Apply a template to selected miners. I'm not sure if there is some weird way of doing this already, but you can only select pools or pool groups, and not change the template (which is needed for swapping algorithms on a schedule).

Thanks. ^^
1) This one is a bit specific and I don't think there will be much general use for a feature like this to justify new trigger settings for it. I can write a few lines of custom C# script for you that will trigger based on file content. Please give me an example of what the file format will look like and I will get back to you on this.

2) You can use the rules for this - both for manually triggering a shutdown but also as part of some automated tasks. Please see "Example: Shutdown remote PC via a button click":
https://support.awesomeminer.com/support/solutions/articles/35000085907-rules-detect-mining-issues-and-automate-tasks
The example illustrates how you can add a menu item to the Actions button where you can execute any remote command, in this case a shutdown command. This action is very flexible as it can automate many tasks on the remote miners.

3) This is a very interesting suggestion that I've actually not been thinking of before. Awesome Miner would have to save the last known MAC address of each Remote Agent but otherwise it should be quite straight forward. This would make sense to have as a rule action. I will expore this request and see when it's possible to implement.

4) Is this for use in a rule where you want to make changes on a schedule? There is a rule action called Apply Managed Template that you can use. Please let me know if this was what you were looking for or if I misunderstood your request.

Thanks for all comments, questions and feedback!

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December 04, 2018, 06:39:25 PM
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New release T-Rex 0.8.5  Performance improvements: x22i +5%

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.5/t-rex-0.8.5-win-cuda10.0.zip
It is necessary to somehow stop this disgrace with a constant update.
Patrike, you need to figure out how to automatically update the miner. It would be good to make a notification about the release of a new miner and update the miner separately from the program.
First of all, it's fully possible to manually go in to the Options dialog, Managed Software section, and paste the new mining software URL's that Awesome Miner should use. This makes it possible for you to start using the very latest mining software versions right after the release and only spending 15 seconds to make the configuration change.

In the past there was also a feature in Awesome Miner called Software Definition Update that were allowing users to download updated URL's for the mining software without having to install a new Awesome Miner version. There were however drawbacks with this approach:
 - I would still need to update the software URL's so even if I'm trying to be fast, there are new mining software versions released at any time of the day and you would still have a delay before you get the latest version.
 - Some mining software updates require additional changes to Awesome Miner (API changes, changes to command line, new parameters for algorithms, ...) so you would still require to update Awesome Miner in some cases
 - I also noticed that users delayed their updates of Awesome Miner when they got frequent Software Definition Updates, and then I got more fault reports related to faults already fixed in more recent versions. That created a frustration for everyone.

I'm very open to suggestions how to improve here. The above was just to point out that there are some complexity to consider as well.

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December 04, 2018, 08:06:18 PM
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Dialogue enhancement request.

In the Benchmark dialogue, would it be possible to multi-select different items to be benchmarked? (Shift click and Control click?)

Generally, when a new version of a miner is updated, I like to go to the benchmark dialogue and benchmark all the algorithms I have selected for that specific miner. It's a bit of a pain clicking each individual algorithm when there are 15 of them (out of 40). Sorting by miner helps, but it would be wonderful to sort by miner, click the first one for that miner, then shift click the last one for that miner and have all the algorithms for that miner selected for benchmarking.

(This kind of goes along with my other request to save each miners benchmark value.)

Thanks,
...jim
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December 04, 2018, 08:22:12 PM
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New release T-Rex 0.8.5  Performance improvements: x22i +5%

https://github.com/trexminer/T-Rex/releases/download/0.8.5/t-rex-0.8.5-win-cuda10.0.zip
It is necessary to somehow stop this disgrace with a constant update.
Patrike, you need to figure out how to automatically update the miner. It would be good to make a notification about the release of a new miner and update the miner separately from the program.
First of all, it's fully possible to manually go in to the Options dialog, Managed Software section, and paste the new mining software URL's that Awesome Miner should use. This makes it possible for you to start using the very latest mining software versions right after the release and only spending 15 seconds to make the configuration change.

In the past there was also a feature in Awesome Miner called Software Definition Update that were allowing users to download updated URL's for the mining software without having to install a new Awesome Miner version. There were however drawbacks with this approach:
 - I would still need to update the software URL's so even if I'm trying to be fast, there are new mining software versions released at any time of the day and you would still have a delay before you get the latest version.
 - Some mining software updates require additional changes to Awesome Miner (API changes, changes to command line, new parameters for algorithms, ...) so you would still require to update Awesome Miner in some cases
 - I also noticed that users delayed their updates of Awesome Miner when they got frequent Software Definition Updates, and then I got more fault reports related to faults already fixed in more recent versions. That created a frustration for everyone.

I'm very open to suggestions how to improve here. The above was just to point out that there are some complexity to consider as well.

I have to agree with baf28 that it can be a little annoyance of some sort, automatic update features would be nice but I also totally understand patrike's points, me for example,I don't have the newest hardware and prefers CUDA 9.x vs 10.x as there's significant performance loss if I use CUDA 10.x on some algos and no gain of majority of others. That simply adds layers of complication to achieve.

One way this could perhaps be implemented is to have some sort of (sets of) "frameworks", but it's unlikely will be made to realization in the near/foreseeable future. As there are many factors in the play such as:


-Awesome Miner's dominance of the sector (big on incentives for developers to agree on any "standards", which currently there's none)

-Still early stage for crypto and no real long term commitment from most developers (probably hard to find many software that lasts more than 3-5 years b4 its development completely stops, consequently, most coins that survived this long would likely have its algo ASICed or FPGAed)

-Dwindling profit and lack of interest in GPU mining vs potential new technologies that are slowly made available to the broader public
...and so on just to name a few

To put it simply, the efforts implementing something like this probably outweighs the benefits by far, and I doubt this will be a priority
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December 04, 2018, 08:30:12 PM
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Dialogue enhancement request.

In the Benchmark dialogue, would it be possible to multi-select different items to be benchmarked? (Shift click and Control click?)

Generally, when a new version of a miner is updated, I like to go to the benchmark dialogue and benchmark all the algorithms I have selected for that specific miner. It's a bit of a pain clicking each individual algorithm when there are 15 of them (out of 40). Sorting by miner helps, but it would be wonderful to sort by miner, click the first one for that miner, then shift click the last one for that miner and have all the algorithms for that miner selected for benchmarking.

(This kind of goes along with my other request to save each miners benchmark value.)

Thanks,
...jim


I agree that it can be improved. @patrike, perhaps it's worth considering to have filtering criteria available to the benchmark dialogue, first by primary software to be benchmarked, and second by competing software where same algo is available/enabled?
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December 04, 2018, 11:43:59 PM
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I am running the professional version of AM on my small farm of Inosillicon A9 Zmasters and for some reason I can show Horizen with totals as the coin I am mining on the Main/Miners page but when I select Zcash(the coin I am actually mining), the logos show up but no prices or totals.
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December 05, 2018, 02:22:40 AM
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3) This is a very interesting suggestion that I've actually not been thinking of before. Awesome Miner would have to save the last known MAC address of each Remote Agent but otherwise it should be quite straight forward. This would make sense to have as a rule action. I will expore this request and see when it's possible to implement.

Thanks for all comments, questions and feedback!
hello patrike.
have you considered "reversing" the client-server communication in Awesome Miner?

using one listening AM server that will accept connections from several Remote Agents makes more sense, than establishing the connection to each Remote Agent from the server side. no need for VPNs, setting up port forwarding for each Remote Agent and so on. it should be really convenient.

also it would be great to add some data compression algo to all AM agent-server communication. the amount of traffic between Remote Agents and AM server sometimes becomes really enormous. users with low-bandwidth or traffic-limited connections will thank you Smiley
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