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Author Topic: [Awesome Miner] - Powerful Windows GUI to manage and monitor up to 200000 miners  (Read 619136 times)
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February 16, 2019, 07:16:18 PM
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Hi,

I can't find the Algorithm: Cryptonight GPU to mine RYO, please advice.

Thanks,
Vlad
Hi Vlad. From what I can see, RYO is based on "Cryptonight-Heavy". You can use Awesome Miner with this algorithm and mining software like CastXmr, CryptoDredge, SrbMiner and XMRig.

You're looking at outdated information. They did a hard fork yesterday to the new Cryptonight GPU algorithm. The latest SRBMiner (1.7.Cool supports it.

I've also been noticing a lot of problems with profit calculations recently. Like yesterday when I created a new algorithm in AM for CN-GPU and assigned the Ryo coin to it, AM claims I'll mine 0.00 coins with it. This was with a 4 KH/sec rate - whereas the pool reported I'd earn almost 20 coins with that hash rate. AM did properly showed my RX 560 card as earning .13/day with its 300 H/sec. I have the same problem with Ubqhash where even though I have it set to 140 Mh/sec, AM claims I'll mine 0.00 coins a day with it.

Anyway, thanks for all the effort you've put into awesome miner!

Hal
Many thanks for the clarification about this coin - you are fully correct. In my defense I can point out that RYO still say "Cryptonight-Heavy" on the first page on their web site.

Please note that many CryptoNight variants uses a "Exponential Factor" (see the Properties Dialog of a coin) of 0, while the default for most other coins are 32. Awesome Miner will however look for "cryptonight" in the algorithm name and automatically use 0 as default for them. The result is that if you add an algorithm like "Cryptonight-GPU" it will be an exp. factor of 0 and if you call it "CN-GPU" it will be 32.

In both cases you can update this value in the Properties of the coin, and testing values like 0 and 32 is a good starting point.

I also looked into Ubqhash and it turns out that this coin requires a "Exponental factor" set to 0, while Awesome Miner used the default of 32 today. The workaround is to change it in the Properties dialog of the Coin. I will of course correct this for the next release of Awesome Miner.

Thanks for the good feedback!

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February 17, 2019, 03:24:58 AM
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Hello Patrike, I have another idea or suggestion.

It would be in COINS when double clicking on a coin, so that there is no doubt I have put a capture.

We can choose in options the order of information providers, but it is a simple list of 4 providers. Who gives more information is that we indicate first. The problem is that some Cointomine coins are wrong, but in Coinscalculator they are fine, and vice versa.

It would be interesting to add a selector and choose for each currency the provider, or that is by default. It would also be nice that even if you choose to use an example for a coin for Coinscalculator, just obtain the mining data, and obtain the data from the supplier's exchanges for more data.

Usually CTM gives many more exchanges than CC, but CTM also has many coins with the wrong calculation, I have to record every day 1 or 2 currency corrections. I can choose the data of CC but the exchanges of which more information gives is CTM. In a more advanced system there would be two selectors, one for the mining data (hash, difficulty, reward, block, ticker, AL-GO) and another selector to choose the supplier for the prices.

However, CC is usually more accurate with the currency data, but bad with the prices, has problems when it comes to scratching the prices of the exchanges, and keeps the same price for hours or days, however that part CTM does fairly good.

You could have a currency with the CC hash data and the CTM price data. But a priori, with only being able to choose for now the exchange for currency and would be a great control of how we mine.

Just think that the more control we have, the better we mine. I give you a practical example. GRIN the hash data is correct in DC more or less, but in CTM KArlo has tried to adjust it by varying the blocking time to 1.5, when the block is 1 minute. Even so and making a test of 24 hours, the profit must be changed to 2 to bring it closer to reality. This calculation was made by extracting samples every 15 minutes of coins per day from AM, to then obtain an average, and then see how many I have obtained, the real profit was 2.1, I left it in 2. And then I have mined and it is quite accurate what estimated by AM and what was actually obtained

So I say that you can get the best of both worlds by choosing exchange as a minimum, and better yet, a selector for the data and another for the prices, in each currency.

I know that I propose things that may be difficult to perform, because it implies a deeper work with the suppliers' apis.
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February 18, 2019, 07:01:12 PM
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PAtrike would like to show my concern about what happens in the Coins tab. Although I have learned how to recover them, unchecking the suppliers and removing the option to save the coins even if they do not appear in the APIS, when I get them back I have to choose exchanges again.

The same thing happened to me with GENX where I only changed the exponential value, and the coin was lost again. I had to unmark and mark the suppliers and return the exchanges to hand.

There has to be a little bug in coins and the filters that makes that happen. It happens some more of my telegram, others do not happen because I think they do not touch the coin.

I can assure you that the coin is completely lost from the Coins Tab, but it still appears in options> coins as I reflect it in a few posts above

I would appreciate if you try to reproduce the problem to see if you see any failure, it is very uncomfortable for me to lose coins from the coins list.
First of all, thanks for sharing all details about how to reproduce. Unfortunately I've not yet been able to reproduce this issue yet.

Can you please confirm if these are the steps?
a) Double click on a coin in the Coins tab to open the Properties
b) Change a property like Block Reward or Exp. Factor
c) Click OK to save

At this point, there are cases where the coin simply goes away? How often does that happen? I've tried about 30 times to make adjustments to the properties of a few coins and wasn't able to reproduce.

A few questions that will help me to understand the problem in more detail:
1) When the coin no longer show up on the Coins tab, does it still show upp correctly in the Pool Properties dialog, where you can pick a coin from the list of all coins?
2) On the Coins tab you can select between Profit Switching Profile and Custom Calculation at the bottom. If a coin disappear, is it possible to switch between these modes, change algorithm visibility or something else to make the coin show up again?

Well, it happens to me with relative frequency, but only by touching some fields such as the exponential value. It does not happen always. But when I say that it is lost, it is that it does not exist in the coins tab, it is not, neither with data nor without data. It simply disappears, searching for it is very easy by pressing for example "G" repeatedly to search for "genX", but the coin in the Coins tab disappears. But in optios> coins this.

If you can not reproduce it, you can not fix it, so it might be something of mine, but it's pretty weird.

For example I have all the coins again, the other day I changed GENX to 12 exponential and it was lost. I had to uncheck update and mark suppliers (I lose all the configuration of the previous currencies). Once again I edit GenX factor 9 and it stayed. It's something I do not understand and if you can not reproduce it, it's hard for you to solve it. It could be something of my AM configuration.
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February 19, 2019, 08:47:12 AM
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hello, after linux agent update,either MSI or Native Overclocking does not working. This is native OC output.

vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 6:6:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 7:7:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.949 [032] Updating settings
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Managed Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [ManagedMiner#3 - AGAT 21 [8x1070Ti] [MSI]]: BMiner
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Clocking Profile:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Active Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [3] IsAttached: True, PID: 1398, InstanceId: 1
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Saving configuration to: /root/.local/share/AwesomeMiner       Service/ServiceData.xml.tmp
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.953 [032] --> /root/.local/share/AwesomeMinerService/ServiceData.x       ml
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 0:0:NVIDIA GeForce GT       X 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True
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February 19, 2019, 10:41:23 AM
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Hello Patrike, I have another idea or suggestion.

It would be in COINS when double clicking on a coin, so that there is no doubt I have put a capture.

We can choose in options the order of information providers, but it is a simple list of 4 providers. Who gives more information is that we indicate first. The problem is that some Cointomine coins are wrong, but in Coinscalculator they are fine, and vice versa.

It would be interesting to add a selector and choose for each currency the provider, or that is by default. It would also be nice that even if you choose to use an example for a coin for Coinscalculator, just obtain the mining data, and obtain the data from the supplier's exchanges for more data.

Usually CTM gives many more exchanges than CC, but CTM also has many coins with the wrong calculation, I have to record every day 1 or 2 currency corrections. I can choose the data of CC but the exchanges of which more information gives is CTM. In a more advanced system there would be two selectors, one for the mining data (hash, difficulty, reward, block, ticker, AL-GO) and another selector to choose the supplier for the prices.

However, CC is usually more accurate with the currency data, but bad with the prices, has problems when it comes to scratching the prices of the exchanges, and keeps the same price for hours or days, however that part CTM does fairly good.

You could have a currency with the CC hash data and the CTM price data. But a priori, with only being able to choose for now the exchange for currency and would be a great control of how we mine.

Just think that the more control we have, the better we mine. I give you a practical example. GRIN the hash data is correct in DC more or less, but in CTM KArlo has tried to adjust it by varying the blocking time to 1.5, when the block is 1 minute. Even so and making a test of 24 hours, the profit must be changed to 2 to bring it closer to reality. This calculation was made by extracting samples every 15 minutes of coins per day from AM, to then obtain an average, and then see how many I have obtained, the real profit was 2.1, I left it in 2. And then I have mined and it is quite accurate what estimated by AM and what was actually obtained

So I say that you can get the best of both worlds by choosing exchange as a minimum, and better yet, a selector for the data and another for the prices, in each currency.

I know that I propose things that may be difficult to perform, because it implies a deeper work with the suppliers' apis.
Thanks for the input. I suppose there are two ways forward. The easiest (to understand as a user and to configure as a user) would be to allow you to override the coin stats provider per coin if needed. Mixing properties from multiple providers would be for a very few number of users and would be easy to get wrong.

I will note and consider this feature suggestion.

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February 19, 2019, 10:42:41 AM
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PAtrike would like to show my concern about what happens in the Coins tab. Although I have learned how to recover them, unchecking the suppliers and removing the option to save the coins even if they do not appear in the APIS, when I get them back I have to choose exchanges again.

The same thing happened to me with GENX where I only changed the exponential value, and the coin was lost again. I had to unmark and mark the suppliers and return the exchanges to hand.

There has to be a little bug in coins and the filters that makes that happen. It happens some more of my telegram, others do not happen because I think they do not touch the coin.

I can assure you that the coin is completely lost from the Coins Tab, but it still appears in options> coins as I reflect it in a few posts above

I would appreciate if you try to reproduce the problem to see if you see any failure, it is very uncomfortable for me to lose coins from the coins list.
First of all, thanks for sharing all details about how to reproduce. Unfortunately I've not yet been able to reproduce this issue yet.

Can you please confirm if these are the steps?
a) Double click on a coin in the Coins tab to open the Properties
b) Change a property like Block Reward or Exp. Factor
c) Click OK to save

At this point, there are cases where the coin simply goes away? How often does that happen? I've tried about 30 times to make adjustments to the properties of a few coins and wasn't able to reproduce.

A few questions that will help me to understand the problem in more detail:
1) When the coin no longer show up on the Coins tab, does it still show upp correctly in the Pool Properties dialog, where you can pick a coin from the list of all coins?
2) On the Coins tab you can select between Profit Switching Profile and Custom Calculation at the bottom. If a coin disappear, is it possible to switch between these modes, change algorithm visibility or something else to make the coin show up again?

Well, it happens to me with relative frequency, but only by touching some fields such as the exponential value. It does not happen always. But when I say that it is lost, it is that it does not exist in the coins tab, it is not, neither with data nor without data. It simply disappears, searching for it is very easy by pressing for example "G" repeatedly to search for "genX", but the coin in the Coins tab disappears. But in optios> coins this.

If you can not reproduce it, you can not fix it, so it might be something of mine, but it's pretty weird.

For example I have all the coins again, the other day I changed GENX to 12 exponential and it was lost. I had to uncheck update and mark suppliers (I lose all the configuration of the previous currencies). Once again I edit GenX factor 9 and it stayed. It's something I do not understand and if you can not reproduce it, it's hard for you to solve it. It could be something of my AM configuration.
Thanks for the update.

If you run into this issue again, please try the points in my reply above to find out more details about the issue, as this information also could help me in understanding how to reproduce. Thanks!

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February 19, 2019, 10:44:46 AM
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hello, after linux agent update,either MSI or Native Overclocking does not working. This is native OC output.

vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 6:6:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 7:7:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.949 [032] Updating settings
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Managed Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [ManagedMiner#3 - AGAT 21 [8x1070Ti] [MSI]]: BMiner
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Clocking Profile:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Active Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [3] IsAttached: True, PID: 1398, InstanceId: 1
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Saving configuration to: /root/.local/share/AwesomeMiner       Service/ServiceData.xml.tmp
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.953 [032] --> /root/.local/share/AwesomeMinerService/ServiceData.x       ml
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 0:0:NVIDIA GeForce GT       X 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True

The setting in Awesome Miner for Native Overclocking or MSI Afterburner is only applicable from Windows. On Linux the overclocking is only made in one way no matter how this setting is configured.

Can you please send me the lines where the actual overclocking is performed. It should say something like "NV:SetValues" followed by "NV:ExecuteCommand". The command listed here can be used for troubleshooting. Thanks!

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hello, after linux agent update,either MSI or Native Overclocking does not working. This is native OC output.

vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 6:6:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 7:7:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.949 [032] Updating settings
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Managed Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [ManagedMiner#3 - AGAT 21 [8x1070Ti] [MSI]]: BMiner
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Clocking Profile:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Active Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [3] IsAttached: True, PID: 1398, InstanceId: 1
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Saving configuration to: /root/.local/share/AwesomeMiner       Service/ServiceData.xml.tmp
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.953 [032] --> /root/.local/share/AwesomeMinerService/ServiceData.x       ml
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 0:0:NVIDIA GeForce GT       X 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True

The setting in Awesome Miner for Native Overclocking or MSI Afterburner is only applicable from Windows. On Linux the overclocking is only made in one way no matter how this setting is configured.

Can you please send me the lines where the actual overclocking is performed. It should say something like "NV:SetValues" followed by "NV:ExecuteCommand". The command listed here can be used for troubleshooting. Thanks!


Ok, managed to setup OC over "Options>GPU Clocking Profile" and set it to "Manage Template >GPU Clocking Profile" its not practical, if need to set up multiple different gpu rigs.
Still having issues when entering GPU Clocking... from main screen. "Miner Service going offline, online 3-4 times, still Couldn't get information about GPU's of selected miner, miner process does not interupt.
4 AbParameters
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.375 [004] [W]TaskTimer::Elapsed
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.717 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, CoreClockBoost 130000 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, MemoryClockBoost 450000 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, PowerLimit 65 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 2:2:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.512 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, CoreClockBoost 130000 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, MemoryClockBoost 450000 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, PowerLimit 65 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 3:3:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
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February 19, 2019, 09:26:41 PM
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Native overclock is the BEST!

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February 20, 2019, 10:44:32 AM
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hello, after linux agent update,either MSI or Native Overclocking does not working. This is native OC output.

vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 6, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:12 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:12 AM.44                                                                          7 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 6:6:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 7, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:24:13 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:24:13 AM.69                                                                          4 [011] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 7:7:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4                                                                           AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.949 [032] Updating settings
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Managed Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [ManagedMiner#3 - AGAT 21 [8x1070Ti] [MSI]]: BMiner
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Clocking Profile:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Current list of Active Miners:
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: [3] IsAttached: True, PID: 1398, InstanceId: 1
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.950 [032] Saving configuration to: /root/.local/share/AwesomeMiner       Service/ServiceData.xml.tmp
vas. 19 10:44:35 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:35 AM.953 [032] --> /root/.local/share/AwesomeMinerService/ServiceData.x       ml
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, PowerLimit 100 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 0, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 10:44:39 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:39 AM.263 [032] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 0:0:NVIDIA GeForce GT       X 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, CoreClockBoost 0 0 -200000 1200000 T       rue
vas. 19 10:44:40 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[900]: 2/19/19 10:44:40 AM.456 [032] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 1, MemoryClockBoost 0 0 -2000000 200000       0 True

The setting in Awesome Miner for Native Overclocking or MSI Afterburner is only applicable from Windows. On Linux the overclocking is only made in one way no matter how this setting is configured.

Can you please send me the lines where the actual overclocking is performed. It should say something like "NV:SetValues" followed by "NV:ExecuteCommand". The command listed here can be used for troubleshooting. Thanks!


Ok, managed to setup OC over "Options>GPU Clocking Profile" and set it to "Manage Template >GPU Clocking Profile" its not practical, if need to set up multiple different gpu rigs.
Still having issues when entering GPU Clocking... from main screen. "Miner Service going offline, online 3-4 times, still Couldn't get information about GPU's of selected miner, miner process does not interupt.
4 AbParameters
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.375 [004] [W]TaskTimer::Elapsed
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.717 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, CoreClockBoost 130000 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, MemoryClockBoost 450000 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, PowerLimit 65 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 2, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 15:50:56 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:50:56 PM.718 [017] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 2:2:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.512 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, CoreClockBoost 130000 0 -200000 1200000 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, MemoryClockBoost 450000 0 -2000000 2000000 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, PowerLimit 65 100 50 133 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] NV:GetAbGpu GPU: 3, FanSpeed 40 40 0 100 True
vas. 19 15:51:01 aga AwesomeMiner.RemoteAgent.Linux[878]: 2/19/19 3:51:01 PM.513 [017] GetClockingSettings returning GPU: 3:3:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 4 AbParameters

Thanks for the update on this.

In case you need different clockings per GPU you can create Clocking Profile Groups. See:
https://support.awesomeminer.com/support/solutions/articles/35000086015-gpu-overclocking

Could you please send me the complete Remote Agent log file for this scenario? In the attached lines above, there are still only information related to when Awesome Miner is reading the current clocking settings, not any command to actually set the clocking. Please also send me the Awesome Miner log file (toolbar: Tools -> Log File) for this period of time. Thanks!

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February 20, 2019, 10:46:10 AM
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Native overclock is the BEST!
Thanks for the very nice feedback. It's supposed to be Awesome - or at least make it easier and faster to perform the common overclocking operations.

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Can you please check if the behavior goes away if you take one of the Antminers and change to another pool? Just to confirm if it's the same problem or something else. Thanks!

I forgot that not all miners are on Kano - I do have one miner that is on Slushpool, it has also had the same issue, just less frequently as it is only one miner.

Patrike - I wanted to let you know that I have not had this problem at all since your last update to the AM software. I made no changes to any settings but it has not occurred since the last update.

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Hello Patrike, I have another idea or suggestion.

It would be in COINS when double clicking on a coin, so that there is no doubt I have put a capture.

We can choose in options the order of information providers, but it is a simple list of 4 providers. Who gives more information is that we indicate first. The problem is that some Cointomine coins are wrong, but in Coinscalculator they are fine, and vice versa.

It would be interesting to add a selector and choose for each currency the provider, or that is by default. It would also be nice that even if you choose to use an example for a coin for Coinscalculator, just obtain the mining data, and obtain the data from the supplier's exchanges for more data.

Usually CTM gives many more exchanges than CC, but CTM also has many coins with the wrong calculation, I have to record every day 1 or 2 currency corrections. I can choose the data of CC but the exchanges of which more information gives is CTM. In a more advanced system there would be two selectors, one for the mining data (hash, difficulty, reward, block, ticker, AL-GO) and another selector to choose the supplier for the prices.

However, CC is usually more accurate with the currency data, but bad with the prices, has problems when it comes to scratching the prices of the exchanges, and keeps the same price for hours or days, however that part CTM does fairly good.

You could have a currency with the CC hash data and the CTM price data. But a priori, with only being able to choose for now the exchange for currency and would be a great control of how we mine.

Just think that the more control we have, the better we mine. I give you a practical example. GRIN the hash data is correct in DC more or less, but in CTM KArlo has tried to adjust it by varying the blocking time to 1.5, when the block is 1 minute. Even so and making a test of 24 hours, the profit must be changed to 2 to bring it closer to reality. This calculation was made by extracting samples every 15 minutes of coins per day from AM, to then obtain an average, and then see how many I have obtained, the real profit was 2.1, I left it in 2. And then I have mined and it is quite accurate what estimated by AM and what was actually obtained

So I say that you can get the best of both worlds by choosing exchange as a minimum, and better yet, a selector for the data and another for the prices, in each currency.

I know that I propose things that may be difficult to perform, because it implies a deeper work with the suppliers' apis.
Thanks for the input. I suppose there are two ways forward. The easiest (to understand as a user and to configure as a user) would be to allow you to override the coin stats provider per coin if needed. Mixing properties from multiple providers would be for a very few number of users and would be easy to get wrong.

I will note and consider this feature suggestion.

There is always the option to put it by default, in a special section and with an information icon.
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February 21, 2019, 07:57:53 AM
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Can you please check if the behavior goes away if you take one of the Antminers and change to another pool? Just to confirm if it's the same problem or something else. Thanks!

I forgot that not all miners are on Kano - I do have one miner that is on Slushpool, it has also had the same issue, just less frequently as it is only one miner.

Patrike - I wanted to let you know that I have not had this problem at all since your last update to the AM software. I made no changes to any settings but it has not occurred since the last update.

Thanks for the update on this. There are however no changes made to Awesome Miner for this. There can still be an issue that the miner, at random times, start to behave like this.

What you could try next time it happens is to use a tool like Microsoft PsPing, where you can test the connection to the monitoring interface (API) port 4028 on the Antminer. It's a good way of testing an Antminer.

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Last edit: February 21, 2019, 01:03:52 PM by patrike
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Awesome Miner version 6.2.1

 GPU mining
  - Native Overclocking: nVidia target temperature enforced in more scenarios
  - Added additional algorithms
 Integration
  - Nicehash MTP pool included
 Configuration
  - The setting for automatic column size is now applied for the Miners and Balance tabs as well
 Mining software
  - Gminer 1.33
  - XMRig 2.12
  - SrbMiner 1.7.8
  - Grin Pro Miner 1.2
  - Ethminer 0.17.1 rc0
 Corrections
  - Correction to Ubqhash calculations for coins per day

Note: BMiner 15.0 is not yet included because it was a number of users having issues with that release.

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February 21, 2019, 12:56:26 PM
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Hi,

Can you add Algorithm "Cryptonight GPU" ?

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February 21, 2019, 01:14:42 PM
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Thanks for the update on this. There are however no changes made to Awesome Miner for this. There can still be an issue that the miner, at random times, start to behave like this.

What you could try next time it happens is to use a tool like Microsoft PsPing, where you can test the connection to the monitoring interface (API) port 4028 on the Antminer. It's a good way of testing an Antminer.

maybe you did not do something directly but maybe something else that was adjusted would affect this indirectly? I only had it happen for a few months and then it stopped now 2 updates ago I think. I have not adjusted anything on the miners at all nor affected any changes on their pools.

Remember the miners never stopped working nor did the pool ever stop accepting the miners work, only that AM would lose its connection and thus report the miner offline.

Either way, I am happy to see that the issue is gone.

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February 21, 2019, 01:59:01 PM
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Command line arguments:  -a mtp -o stratum+tcp://mtp.eu.nicehash.com:3374 -u 3CGJUpDgyez4Zn4QG8M3sa5CYM5p9p87ux.minero5 -p x --no-watchdog  -b 0.0.0.0:4028
there error when mining MTP in nicehash, I believe that 0.0.0.0 is not correct but I can not change it. Anyway, it does not work, neither in tt-miner etc ...
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February 21, 2019, 02:12:47 PM
Last edit: February 21, 2019, 02:25:05 PM by sxemini
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Command line arguments:  -a mtp -o stratum+tcp://mtp.eu.nicehash.com:3374 -u 3CGJUpDgyez4Zn4QG8M3sa5CYM5p9p87ux.minero5 -p x --no-watchdog  -b 0.0.0.0:4028
there error when mining MTP in nicehash, I believe that 0.0.0.0 is not correct but I can not change it. Anyway, it does not work, neither in tt-miner etc ...

0.0.0.0 is right. It says only that it use the local IP and the 4028 is the port for awesomeminer. What error?

EDIT:

I think it is a problem from the specified mining software (cryptodredge, TTminer) and not from awesomeminer. It cannot handle the BTC address form i think.
See the last post in cryptodredge thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4807821.720
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February 21, 2019, 02:58:25 PM
Last edit: February 21, 2019, 04:01:28 PM by darkneorus
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Awesome Miner version 6.2.1

 GPU mining
  - Native Overclocking: nVidia target temperature enforced in more scenarios
  - Added additional algorithms
 Integration
  - Nicehash MTP pool included
 Configuration
  - The setting for automatic column size is now applied for the Miners and Balance tabs as well
 Mining software
  - Gminer 1.33
  - XMRig 2.12
  - SrbMiner 1.7.8
  - Grin Pro Miner 1.2
  - Ethminer 0.17.1 rc0
 Corrections
  - Correction to Ubqhash calculations for coins per day

Note: BMiner 15.0 is not yet included because it was a number of users having issues with that release.
GMiner 1.33 supports Beam mining on AMD GPUs, now it causes issues on mixed AMD/NVIDIA rigs because it always tries to use all AMD cards too.
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