Bitcoin Forum
April 19, 2019, 09:26:55 AM *
News: Latest Bitcoin Core release: 0.17.1 [Torrent]
 
   Home   Help Search Login Register More  
Pages: « 1 ... 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 [470] 471 472 473 474 475 476 »
  Print  
Author Topic: [Awesome Miner] - Powerful Windows GUI to manage and monitor up to 200000 miners  (Read 618132 times)
razerf
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 3
Merit: 0


View Profile
April 03, 2019, 01:43:29 PM
Last edit: April 03, 2019, 02:42:52 PM by razerf
 #9381

hello i'have problem with nanominer, no problem with benchmark, but when i want mine cryptonightr in example, i have a message with pool ignore because....and it mine eth...sorry for my english

the problem comes from the config.ini, where all compatible algo appears, it would be necessary that only an algo be there, as during the benchmark
Is your Paper Seed Safe
from FIRE and FLOOD ?
Stainless Steel Metal Wallet
Nickel Bolts, Metal Box + FREE Passphrase Hex Backup
Free EU shipping!
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
GoRdiE
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 141
Merit: 0


View Profile
April 03, 2019, 09:07:15 PM
 #9382

CryptoDredge v0.18.0 released

* New Argon2d algorithm (argon2d-dyn only)
* Support MTP and Cuckaroo29 on NiceHash
* Make API more compatible with ccminer API
* Support mining Aeternity on GPUs with 2 GB of memory (Linux only)
* Support mining Cuckaroo29 on GPUs with 4 GB of memory (Linux only)
* Indicate activity to suppress auto sleep mode (Windows only)


Download: https://cryptodredge.org/#download
Mirror: https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/tag/v0.18.0
Abduraxman001
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 238
Merit: 2


View Profile
April 03, 2019, 09:13:06 PM
 #9383

hello i'have problem with nanominer, no problem with benchmark, but when i want mine cryptonightr in example, i have a message with pool ignore because....and it mine eth...sorry for my english

the problem comes from the config.ini, where all compatible algo appears, it would be necessary that only an algo be there, as during the benchmark
So what's the problem?You just need to rewrite-worked well before?
I've been there I copied the configuration again-everything works now.
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 04, 2019, 08:54:31 AM
 #9384

hello i'have problem with nanominer, no problem with benchmark, but when i want mine cryptonightr in example, i have a message with pool ignore because....and it mine eth...sorry for my english

the problem comes from the config.ini, where all compatible algo appears, it would be necessary that only an algo be there, as during the benchmark
I will make a small change for the pool configuration for nanominer in the next development preview - planned to be made available very soon.

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 04, 2019, 08:54:58 AM
 #9385

CryptoDredge v0.18.0 released

* New Argon2d algorithm (argon2d-dyn only)
* Support MTP and Cuckaroo29 on NiceHash
* Make API more compatible with ccminer API
* Support mining Aeternity on GPUs with 2 GB of memory (Linux only)
* Support mining Cuckaroo29 on GPUs with 4 GB of memory (Linux only)
* Indicate activity to suppress auto sleep mode (Windows only)


Download: https://cryptodredge.org/#download
Mirror: https://github.com/technobyl/CryptoDredge/releases/tag/v0.18.0

Thanks, this one will be included in the new development version.

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 04, 2019, 09:08:06 AM
Last edit: April 05, 2019, 02:14:14 PM by patrike
 #9386

Version 6.2.12 (Development preview of 6.3)

 User interface
  - Negative mining profit can be displayed even if the revenue is zero or unknown
 Version notes
  - Correction to Nanominer benchmark device selection and pool list in configuration file
  - More user interface updates to the built-in web interface
 Mining softare
  - Added mining software: Miniz 1.2l
  - CryptoDredge 0.18.0
  - NBMiner 21.4

To get access to development versions, open the Options dialog in Awesome Miner. In the General section, enable Check for development versions. Then go to the Menu and click Check for updates.

Direct download links if needed:
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
trucobit
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 420
Merit: 2


View Profile
April 04, 2019, 01:48:16 PM
 #9387

Version 6.2.12 (Development preview of 6.3)

 User interface
  - Negative mining profit can be displayed even if the revenue is zero or unknown
 Version notes
  - Correction to Nanominer benchmark device selection and pool list in configuration file
  - More user interface updates to the built-in web interface
 Mining softare
  - Added mining software: Miniz 1.2l
  - CryptoDredge 0.18.0
  - NBMiner 21.4

To get access to development versions, open the Options dialog in Awesome Miner. In the General section, enable Check for development versions. Then go to the Menu and click Check for updates.

Direct download links if needed:
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi


I have a problem with Miniz, I have activated it before using it in the rig. Then I went to Zhash and I changed Gminer for Miniz, but it does not start, it's more, I think it tries to start Bminer.

I have not changed anything in the pool, it is assumed that if the pool is fine for Gminer, it should be fine for Miniz. I leave the log here, and I continue with Gminer.



Initialize diagnostics (20)
Starting Diagnostics. Awesome Miner Remote Agent version: 6.2.12
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
nVidia driver version: 418.96
nVidia OpenCL Platform ID: 0
Microsoft VC++ 2013 runtime installed: Yes
Microsoft VC++ 2015 runtime installed: Yes
Starting Mining Software
Setting up Miner Engine. Instance: 1
Engine Type: BMiner, Auto Download: True, EnginePath: , Subtype: Disabled, CustomExecutable:
Set clocking start profile: 135, RTX 70 +100 +600 (when stopping, the following will be used: -1, type: Single, Use: False)
Properties: (WindowMode: ConsoleFormat, EngineType: BMiner, IsProfitMiner: True)
====================================================================================================
C:\Users\truco\AppData\Roaming\AwesomeMinerService\bminer-v15.4.0-9e272fc-amd64_1\bminer-v15.4.0-9e272fc\bminer.exe  --pass minpayout=625 --pers BitcoinZ -uri stratum://t1dcY5Vwz8ABGgnrMCzzfWz1XLHRh1mK4m5.rig6@btcz.2miners.com:2020 -watchdog=false -api=0.0.0.0:4028
====================================================================================================
Mining Engine Process started, PID: 6796
> Bminer: When Crypto-mining Made Fast (v15.4.0-9e272fc)
>
> flag provided but not defined: -pass
>   -api <host>:<port>
>        The endpoint (i.e., <host>:<port>) that bminer serves its REST API. The REST API is disabled if it is unspecified.
>   -devices GPUs
>        List of GPUs that Bminer should run on. By default bminer runs on all GPUs available on the system.
>   -dual-intensity int
>        The intensity of the secondary mining. Valid values are 0 to 300. Default is 0, which is to tune automatically.
>   -dual-subsolver int
>        The sub-solver for dual mining. Valid values are 0, 1, 2, 3. Default is -1, which is to tune automatically. (default -1)
>   -failover sameHost|immediateNext|random
>        Fail-over strategy between multiple pools. Bminer can retry the connection, failover to the next pool or a pool that is randomly chosen in the lists of available pools. (sameHost|immediateNext|random) (default "immediateNext")
>   -fast
>        Enable agressive optimizations. Bminer is more performant under this setting but it might be unstable on some OS/drivers
>   -gpucheck uint
>        The interval in seconds that Bminer polls whether the GPUs have hung. Set to 0 to disable the checks. (default 90)
>   -intensity int
>        The intensity of the CPU for grin/AE mining. Valid values are 0 to 12. Default is 6. Higher intensity may give better performance but more CPU usage. (default -1)
>   -logfile <path>
>        Append the logs to the file <path>.
>   -max-network-failures int
>        Number of consecutive attempts that Bminer tries to recover from network failures. Set to -1 to keep on recovering. (default -1)
>   -max-temperature int
>        Hard limits of the temperature of the GPUs. Bminer slows down itself when the temperautres of the devices exceed the limit. (default 85)
>   -no-runtime-info
>        Disable runtime information collection for Bminer.
>   -no-timestamps
>        Suppress timestamps in the logging messages.
>   -nofee
>        Disable the devfee but it also disables some optimizations.
>   -pers string
>        Personalization string for equihash 144,5 based coins. Default: BgoldPoW. Valid values include BitcoinZ, Safecoin, ZelProof, etc. (default "BgoldPoW")
>   -share-check uint
>        The interval of seconds that Bminer polls to ensure there are accepted shares. Set to 0 to disable the checks. (default 900)
>   -strict-secure
>        Verify the certificates of servers when connecting to a SSL-enabled Stratum server.
>   -uri <scheme>://<username>[:<password>]@<host>:<port>
>        A comma-seperated list of URIs that bminer should mine towards. It has the format of <scheme>://<username>[:<password>]@<host>:<port>. Please refer to https://www.bminer.me for the specification of the URIs.
>   -uri2 <scheme>://<username>[:<password>]@<host>:<port>
>        A comma-seperated list of URIs that bminer should mine towards secondarily. It has the format of <scheme>://<username>[:<password>]@<host>:<port>. Currently Bminer supports blake14r:// or blake2s:// as secondary for ETH mining. Please refer to https://www.bminer.me for the specification of the URIs.
>   -watchdog
>        Automatically restart to recover from hung GPUs. Bminer exits itself in case of errors if watchdog is disabled. (default true)

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

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 04, 2019, 02:21:47 PM
 #9388

Version 6.2.12 (Development preview of 6.3)

 User interface
  - Negative mining profit can be displayed even if the revenue is zero or unknown
 Version notes
  - Correction to Nanominer benchmark device selection and pool list in configuration file
  - More user interface updates to the built-in web interface
 Mining softare
  - Added mining software: Miniz 1.2l
  - CryptoDredge 0.18.0
  - NBMiner 21.4

To get access to development versions, open the Options dialog in Awesome Miner. In the General section, enable Check for development versions. Then go to the Menu and click Check for updates.

Direct download links if needed:
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi
I have a problem with Miniz, I have activated it before using it in the rig. Then I went to Zhash and I changed Gminer for Miniz, but it does not start, it's more, I think it tries to start Bminer.

I have not changed anything in the pool, it is assumed that if the pool is fine for Gminer, it should be fine for Miniz. I leave the log here, and I continue with Gminer.
I had only enabled Miniz with the algorithms Equihash96,5, Equihash144,5 EquihashZero (192,7). One that should be added to this list in Awesome Miner would be ZHash, which is some variation of Equihash 144,5 that also should be supported by Miniz.

In your case the Profit Switcher didn't think Miniz could handle ZHash. You can go to the Options dialog, Managed Software add enable ZHash for Miniz and specify the argument "144,5". The next release of Awesome Miner will do that by default.

Thanks for your feedback!

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
Sibtigr
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 17
Merit: 0


View Profile
April 05, 2019, 01:50:55 AM
 #9389

Hello Patrice
By mining history

if you select statistics for 7 days or more, incorrect data is obtained!
that is, if one rig worked for a week then everything correctly displays 98-100 percent in the mining half.
And the second ring was added just a couple of days ago - in the statistics of mining time will be the same indicators for the week!
trucobit
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 420
Merit: 2


View Profile
April 05, 2019, 12:21:22 PM
 #9390

A technical question Patrike

The other day you told me that you do not take into account the blocking time to calculate the auto profit, it surprised me a lot. Because the reward + blocking time determines the amount of maximum coins produced per day.

A coin with 2 minutes of blocking and 100 of reward, will make a maximum of 72,000 coins a day, but if the time of blocking is 1 minute will make 144,000 coins per day

How can profit be calculated without this data?
  In AM CU I asked for it and I see it logical. There are coins with blocking time of 5 and up to 10 minutes.

How can you compensate for that lack of this data in the system of self-profit, when it is crucial to know how often it will give a block and therefore reward and therefore profit.
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 05, 2019, 01:28:12 PM
 #9391

Hello Patrice
By mining history

if you select statistics for 7 days or more, incorrect data is obtained!
that is, if one rig worked for a week then everything correctly displays 98-100 percent in the mining half.
And the second ring was added just a couple of days ago - in the statistics of mining time will be the same indicators for the week!
Hi.

The Mining Time is similar to an Uptime concept. If a more is added recently and is running most of the time, it will show up with 98-100%. Even if you added the miner two days ago and look at the the last week, Awesome Miner will still consider the mining time for this miner to be 98-100% because during the time the miner was present, it has been up all the time.

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 05, 2019, 01:31:49 PM
 #9392

A technical question Patrike

The other day you told me that you do not take into account the blocking time to calculate the auto profit, it surprised me a lot. Because the reward + blocking time determines the amount of maximum coins produced per day.

A coin with 2 minutes of blocking and 100 of reward, will make a maximum of 72,000 coins a day, but if the time of blocking is 1 minute will make 144,000 coins per day

How can profit be calculated without this data?
  In AM CU I asked for it and I see it logical. There are coins with blocking time of 5 and up to 10 minutes.

How can you compensate for that lack of this data in the system of self-profit, when it is crucial to know how often it will give a block and therefore reward and therefore profit.
There are two ways of calculating coins per day. In both cases you need to multiply the result with your hashrate as well.

You can find out coins per day by using one of these concepts:
1) Block Reward, Difficulty, Exponential Factor
2) Block Reward, Network Hashrate, Block Time

Awesome Miner uses #1, where the Difficulty in combination with Exponential Factor gives similar results as using the Network Hashrate in combination with Block Time. It's basically two different formulas.

The Block Time and Network hashrate impacts the Difficulty property of the coin - and this is why Awesome Miner doesn't have to use Block Time directly as it's already "included" as part of the Difficulty.

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 05, 2019, 02:14:19 PM
 #9393

Version 6.2.13 (Development preview of 6.3)

 User interface
  - Added additional coin images
 Version notes
  - Miniz Miner algorithms added
 Mining softare
  - Added mining software: RhMiner 1.5 for RandomHash
  - Miniz Miner 1.2m

To get access to development versions, open the Options dialog in Awesome Miner. In the General section, enable Check for development versions. Then go to the Menu and click Check for updates.

Direct download links if needed:
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMiner.msi
https://www.awesomeminer.com/download/setupdev/AwesomeMinerRemoteService.msi

Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
Sibtigr
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 17
Merit: 0


View Profile
April 05, 2019, 02:33:10 PM
 #9394

Hello Patrice
By mining history

if you select statistics for 7 days or more, incorrect data is obtained!
that is, if one rig worked for a week then everything correctly displays 98-100 percent in the mining half.
And the second ring was added just a couple of days ago - in the statistics of mining time will be the same indicators for the week!
Hi.

The Mining Time is similar to an Uptime concept. If a more is added recently and is running most of the time, it will show up with 98-100%. Even if you added the miner two days ago and look at the the last week, Awesome Miner will still consider the mining time for this miner to be 98-100% because during the time the miner was present, it has been up all the time.


That is, it is essentially a useless tool turns out.
It is impossible to calculate the actual operation of the software. And bring the average hash rate.

Although those machines that have been idle in the middle of the week show and 65 percent of the work.
Is there any way to make this tool work?
To show the time of mining as in the time equivalent and percentage. As also shown, the average real hash rate. With the ability to export this data - when a lot of rigs.

Well, in General it is logical to understand if you put 3 days or 7 days - I want to get the percentage of the real work of machinery in this period...
patrike
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1512
Merit: 1018


View Profile WWW
April 05, 2019, 03:26:34 PM
 #9395

Hello Patrice
By mining history

if you select statistics for 7 days or more, incorrect data is obtained!
that is, if one rig worked for a week then everything correctly displays 98-100 percent in the mining half.
And the second ring was added just a couple of days ago - in the statistics of mining time will be the same indicators for the week!
Hi.

The Mining Time is similar to an Uptime concept. If a more is added recently and is running most of the time, it will show up with 98-100%. Even if you added the miner two days ago and look at the the last week, Awesome Miner will still consider the mining time for this miner to be 98-100% because during the time the miner was present, it has been up all the time.
That is, it is essentially a useless tool turns out.
It is impossible to calculate the actual operation of the software. And bring the average hash rate.

Although those machines that have been idle in the middle of the week show and 65 percent of the work.
Is there any way to make this tool work?
To show the time of mining as in the time equivalent and percentage. As also shown, the average real hash rate. With the ability to export this data - when a lot of rigs.

Well, in General it is logical to understand if you put 3 days or 7 days - I want to get the percentage of the real work of machinery in this period...
To get access to hashrate and data export, please use the Mining History Export feature via the toolbar Tools -> Mining History Export. Many users running larger scale mining operations export hashrate, temperature, revenue, profit and mining uptime to CSV files that can be imported to Excel for further data processing.

For the mining time, Awesome Miner is currently indicating that as an uptime concept. It will be close to 100% unless you have actual downtime. If you add a new miner and it's running all the time, it will not be considered 0% uptime before it even was created. Only the time the miner existed in Awesome Miner will be counted here.

The main purpose of "Mining time" is to find miners not performing well and the current concept works fine for that purpose. Any miner with < 90% is indicating that it's not performing well. This is why showing low percentage for recently added miners (that do perform well) may not be preferred by many users. Especially if you have many miners and cannot really keep track of which ones you added recently.

I suppose this is where you rather would like it to show as 50% uptime for the last 7 days if the miner was added in the middle of the week - even if it's been working perfectly fine all the time. Is that a correct interpretation of your request here?




Awesome Miner - The most powerful Windows software to manage and monitor ASIC, GPU and CPU miners
Centralized management for up to 200,000 miners, notifications, recovery, scripting, APIs, mobile web and profitability switching [Web site]
Join the Awesome Miner Affiliate Program and get a commission when you refer new customers to Awesome Miner
Sibtigr
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 17
Merit: 0


View Profile
April 05, 2019, 04:01:04 PM
 #9396


I suppose this is where you rather would like it to show as 50% uptime for the last 7 days if the miner was added in the middle of the week - even if it's been working perfectly fine all the time. Is that a correct interpretation of your request here?

[/quote]

Yes, that's what I'd like

Ideal when you can export or view the data:
1 - how many actually worked for setting the time
2 - how many have been collected the ball, Rajkot and reboots
3 - average hashrate and average temperature
trucobit
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 420
Merit: 2


View Profile
April 06, 2019, 03:08:42 AM
 #9397

A technical question Patrike

The other day you told me that you do not take into account the blocking time to calculate the auto profit, it surprised me a lot. Because the reward + blocking time determines the amount of maximum coins produced per day.

A coin with 2 minutes of blocking and 100 of reward, will make a maximum of 72,000 coins a day, but if the time of blocking is 1 minute will make 144,000 coins per day

How can profit be calculated without this data?
  In AM CU I asked for it and I see it logical. There are coins with blocking time of 5 and up to 10 minutes.

How can you compensate for that lack of this data in the system of self-profit, when it is crucial to know how often it will give a block and therefore reward and therefore profit.
There are two ways of calculating coins per day. In both cases you need to multiply the result with your hashrate as well.

You can find out coins per day by using one of these concepts:
1) Block Reward, Difficulty, Exponential Factor
2) Block Reward, Network Hashrate, Block Time

Awesome Miner uses #1, where the Difficulty in combination with Exponential Factor gives similar results as using the Network Hashrate in combination with Block Time. It's basically two different formulas.

The Block Time and Network hashrate impacts the Difficulty property of the coin - and this is why Awesome Miner doesn't have to use Block Time directly as it's already "included" as part of the Difficulty.


If so, then it works. But is not it easier to know the blocking time than the exponential factor? They are just my doubts.
trucobit
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 420
Merit: 2


View Profile
April 06, 2019, 03:12:45 AM
 #9398

Hello Patrice
By mining history

if you select statistics for 7 days or more, incorrect data is obtained!
that is, if one rig worked for a week then everything correctly displays 98-100 percent in the mining half.
And the second ring was added just a couple of days ago - in the statistics of mining time will be the same indicators for the week!
Hi.

The Mining Time is similar to an Uptime concept. If a more is added recently and is running most of the time, it will show up with 98-100%. Even if you added the miner two days ago and look at the the last week, Awesome Miner will still consider the mining time for this miner to be 98-100% because during the time the miner was present, it has been up all the time.
That is, it is essentially a useless tool turns out.
It is impossible to calculate the actual operation of the software. And bring the average hash rate.

Although those machines that have been idle in the middle of the week show and 65 percent of the work.
Is there any way to make this tool work?
To show the time of mining as in the time equivalent and percentage. As also shown, the average real hash rate. With the ability to export this data - when a lot of rigs.

Well, in General it is logical to understand if you put 3 days or 7 days - I want to get the percentage of the real work of machinery in this period...
To get access to hashrate and data export, please use the Mining History Export feature via the toolbar Tools -> Mining History Export. Many users running larger scale mining operations export hashrate, temperature, revenue, profit and mining uptime to CSV files that can be imported to Excel for further data processing.

For the mining time, Awesome Miner is currently indicating that as an uptime concept. It will be close to 100% unless you have actual downtime. If you add a new miner and it's running all the time, it will not be considered 0% uptime before it even was created. Only the time the miner existed in Awesome Miner will be counted here.

The main purpose of "Mining time" is to find miners not performing well and the current concept works fine for that purpose. Any miner with < 90% is indicating that it's not performing well. This is why showing low percentage for recently added miners (that do perform well) may not be preferred by many users. Especially if you have many miners and cannot really keep track of which ones you added recently.

I suppose this is where you rather would like it to show as 50% uptime for the last 7 days if the miner was added in the middle of the week - even if it's been working perfectly fine all the time. Is that a correct interpretation of your request here?





when you add the times you made the change, and know how many times I change each coin to get the% they have. For me it is an important fact to know if a currency with a small percentage has many changes, it is a currency that I do not want to undermine. It would be nice to have that data in that panel of statistics next to the% of time of use of that currency.
yrk1957
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 392
Merit: 14


View Profile
April 06, 2019, 09:54:06 PM
 #9399

@patrike - Can you add an option (in miner properties) to use average hash rate to calculate profit instead of 5s hash rate? Some miners have wild fluctuations in 5s rate, which does not give right figures.
moppidoo
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 329
Merit: 5


View Profile
April 06, 2019, 10:39:24 PM
 #9400

A technical question Patrike

The other day you told me that you do not take into account the blocking time to calculate the auto profit, it surprised me a lot. Because the reward + blocking time determines the amount of maximum coins produced per day.

A coin with 2 minutes of blocking and 100 of reward, will make a maximum of 72,000 coins a day, but if the time of blocking is 1 minute will make 144,000 coins per day

How can profit be calculated without this data?
  In AM CU I asked for it and I see it logical. There are coins with blocking time of 5 and up to 10 minutes.

How can you compensate for that lack of this data in the system of self-profit, when it is crucial to know how often it will give a block and therefore reward and therefore profit.
There are two ways of calculating coins per day. In both cases you need to multiply the result with your hashrate as well.

You can find out coins per day by using one of these concepts:
1) Block Reward, Difficulty, Exponential Factor
2) Block Reward, Network Hashrate, Block Time

Awesome Miner uses #1, where the Difficulty in combination with Exponential Factor gives similar results as using the Network Hashrate in combination with Block Time. It's basically two different formulas.

The Block Time and Network hashrate impacts the Difficulty property of the coin - and this is why Awesome Miner doesn't have to use Block Time directly as it's already "included" as part of the Difficulty.


Hi Patrike,

Small requests as related to the above discussion if possible.

1) Include (non-dynamic) properties to set block time for coins (CTM happens to return 0 for a good number of them, and I'm being maths incompetent, would prefer method 2 above for calculation in Excel regarding possibility of solo mining)

1-1) (Not Important), most wallet JSON can report time elapsed since last block was solved (I think in seconds, or relative linux UTC timestamp), again, might be useful if this metric can be included for solo-mining (also display via AM HTTP API response (GET http://mypc:17790/api/coins/stats method) and coins tab)

2) Include (dynamic) properties to fetch network hash rate via custom sources (again, CTM is either displaying 0 or mostly incorrect data as sometimes Yiimp pool APIs it uses report hashrate incorrectly), again, this is probably going to be useful metric for solo-mining.

***Really want to have feature***
3) Ability to set pool profit factor via HTTP-API

Best Regards,
Pages: « 1 ... 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 [470] 471 472 473 474 475 476 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!