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April 09, 2019, 03:01:59 PM
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Hi Patrike,

we have many times the problem, that some miners (especially Antminer L3+) get the Status (in Red) Disconnected - API Access Denied
if we send the command: Reboot (via SSH), the miner is working fine again (after a reboot)

so we would like to make a rule for that event - but unfortunatly i don't find any trigger for this event?! there is the Trigger Offline detection... but no one for this specific event?! is there another option??

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April 09, 2019, 04:58:08 PM
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
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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,
Thanks for the suggestions.

For 1 and 2 I suppose we would also let Awesome Miner use the NetHash formula if for example the coin Difficulty is zero. Have you had a chance to test if this formula gives accurate numbers?
CoinsPerDay = hashRate / (hashRate + nethash) * secondsPerDay / blocktime * reward

3) Today you can only set Profit Factor for a Coin over the API, but not for a pool. If it's needed for pools as well it should be easy to add.

Hi Patrike,

I haven't tested the "accuracy" of the formula cause luck is also a factor + I used autoexchange on ZergPool which made it a little hard to track earnings, but it was what I was using for the past 2 days for experiment. (see pic)

https://imgur.com/HBOVlmx

so from the picture, you can see I'd need to add my own BlockTime where AM's API reported 0 due to coin providers, then some factors I consider important as below.

* The NetHash has to be accurate, cause else it'll affect the entire calculation as per the formula we discussed here
* BlockWorth for solo as some blockchains block reward just won't cover the cost even if you win 100% of blocks even the difficulty was low etc. This this is filtered to suit one's need (for me, 500 satoshis per minute)
* BlockWinChance, Simply used the hashRate / (hashRate + netHash) to work out percent chance I'm likely to hit a block
* BlockWin_IntervalSec, to keep consistent flow of earnings a big win every few days/weeks may not be as good as lots of little wins daily
* SatPerMinute, Just for earning reference in perfect fair conditions (not sure I used the terminologies correct at all, but you get the idea)
* Division <--- now, this is something I'm trying to find a way to prioritize pools with a balancing factor but like I have mentioned, my maths are bad so I don't even know if this is right (currently using SatPerMinute / BlockWin_IntervalSec).

Result for the past 2 weeks follows, AM estimate on earnings are averaging about 40 USD or more, I tried solo mining, conventional shared mining, switching interval of 5~10minutes. regardless, I'm only averaging about 200 satoshis per minute, which is far from the earnings estimate regardless of which formula I used, call it a streaks of bad lucks, but even shared mining didn't end up much better, the Yiimp pools (used Zerg, zPool mainly) tend to seem to have particularly bad lucks that usually sees block efforts 500% regardless solo/shared mining.

This is to report on the effect of the Dynamic Coin Properties Update on earnings I promised 2 weeks ago since it was made available.

Now it's only been 24 hours since I used the Excel custom profit factoring to prioritise pool, so I cannot say this is going to continue but so far I'm seeing vast improvements on earnings (doing solo mode on most chains where feasible for my farm's hashrate on ZergPool with AutoExchange), I'm averaging approx 400 satoshis per minute which is about double of what I get for the past 2 weeks via various methods as described above.

***

So if this works out, you might consider some similar sort of mathematically correct feature to implement some kind of profit factors based on the above metrics (since they are already all available in AM) similar to how you apply factors for Online Services vs Actual/Estimated earnings, I believe this will be then be a lot closer to SMART profit switching, more likely better than what NPLUS Miner's claimed PLUS logic ;p

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3) Currently I worked around the need to apply pool profit factors by using the API to include the top 3 pools in the Excel List I showed here in my example, so ability to modify pool profit factor via API is not that much sought after anymore, since there are also benefits for a small selection of profitable pools to mine for, as some of my hardwares are low memory (1060 3GB) and they won't work on many of the new algos such as MTP, GRIN...etc.

Best Regards,

I will look into this in more detail after the 6.3 release. Most likely Block Time and NetHash will be two configurable properties for a coin with support for Dynamic Updates.

In addition, the coins-per-day and revenue can then be calculated using the NetHash+BlockTime formula instead of the formula based on Difficulty. Either by a setting per coin or simply use the NetHash formula if the Difficulty is zero.


good decision, those two values ​​through http api as we are using difficulty or price, will make the data much more realistic.

I am not a user as advanced as moppidoo, I will not use an external Exel and handle my own data. But if you read the apis and Json, and the power to add blocktime and nethash, you could give us something of value by choosing between the two possible ways of doing the profit calculation that you explained to me.

We in our group use an online excel and we have pointed the urls of difficulty, price, request of the price, profit of the currency etc ... We have noticed that when a currency its blocktime is higher than 1, the profit is usually lower . If the blocktime is 1, the value is usually quite close to what AM indicates. There are coins that we have to use profit of 0.65 so that the estimate of AM and what is obtained is the same.

To be able to add these two data and be able to use them for self-profit in some way, instead of its classic formula, could be interesting. Have two types of profit to choose, two different formulas. One based more on the nethash and blocktime, and the classic one of you.

One last suggestion Is there any way that all the data in AM can be saved from the last time data has been requested from the APIs? I explain. I use CC and make a request every 7 minutes and read all the data, but then I make requests from loose currencies defined by us that if we do not find the Explorer or we can not read the explorer, we use WTM, CC or the one we see more realistic. But then we exhaust the requests per day, because each currency that I ask for a data, is a request to the api.

If in each complete request of api of WTM, CC, CTM, Coinwarz, the last one is stored in AM, and that data could be read from the cache of the last time within the AM itself, the problem of excess requests to these services.

But that's basic, we also make requests to Exchanges to extract the price, if every 7 minutes I read 24 coins of the same exchange, make 24 requests, and in a few hours I am unable to ask for more data to that exchange. I do not know if once an API is read, whatever it is, it is saved in a kind of cahe, whether it is an exchange or a provider, and only save the last time it was requested, in my case every 7 minutes. So if I have to read several prices of different currencies of the same exchange, I read it in local because I have the copy of the received in the api.

I hope you understand my idea.

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April 09, 2019, 07:29:55 PM
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Hi Patrike,

we have many times the problem, that some miners (especially Antminer L3+) get the Status (in Red) Disconnected - API Access Denied
if we send the command: Reboot (via SSH), the miner is working fine again (after a reboot)

so we would like to make a rule for that event - but unfortunatly i don't find any trigger for this event?! there is the Trigger Offline detection... but no one for this specific event?! is there another option??

BR Ralf
Hi Ralf,

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately it can happen sometimes that Antminers stop responding to monitoring request requests. In some cases the Antminers are more sensitive to this problem when mining on specific pools, but in other cases it's more difficult to find an exact reason.

The predefined rule "Offline Detection" should be able to detect this scenario. By default it will only give a notification (only once, until you acknowledge the notification), but you can also add actions to perform a reboot or similar. Can you please try check if this rule detects the issue in your cae?

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April 09, 2019, 07:31:14 PM
Last edit: April 09, 2019, 07:45:09 PM by patrike
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
Edit: It's correct on CoinCalculators and WhatToMine, but way too high on CoinToMine. If CoinToMine is your first priority in the Options dialog, Statistics Provider section you may see this issue.

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April 09, 2019, 07:35:36 PM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/udd9r53npzgcbu7/Captura%20de%20pantalla%202019-04-09%20a%20las%2021.27.52.png?dl=0


I have a problem that I do not know how to fix. Please see the image

The rig 4 you can see in the capture, down in GPU says that I have 1050, 1050, 1060 And that was before, some time ago.

In the MAP GPU box if you see correctly 5x1070 1x1080ti, that is correct. But even if I map the cards, I still see 1050, 1050, 1060 etc ... And above all I have problems with the automatic speed, as it assumes other GPUs because it uses a different speed, usually a low speed, with which the GPU heats me. I had to force 80% GPUs in that profile.

How can I make AM recognize my real cards in GPU with their real names and real characteristics? As much as I remove the Mapping mark and then map again, the old cards keep appearing.

It would also be interesting that if an api gives a failure (it can not read the api) it appears in notifications, thus I will not be hours undermining the same difficulty without knowing that something fails.
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April 09, 2019, 07:42:10 PM
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I will look into this in more detail after the 6.3 release. Most likely Block Time and NetHash will be two configurable properties for a coin with support for Dynamic Updates.

In addition, the coins-per-day and revenue can then be calculated using the NetHash+BlockTime formula instead of the formula based on Difficulty. Either by a setting per coin or simply use the NetHash formula if the Difficulty is zero.


good decision, those two values ​​through http api as we are using difficulty or price, will make the data much more realistic.

I am not a user as advanced as moppidoo, I will not use an external Exel and handle my own data. But if you read the apis and Json, and the power to add blocktime and nethash, you could give us something of value by choosing between the two possible ways of doing the profit calculation that you explained to me.

We in our group use an online excel and we have pointed the urls of difficulty, price, request of the price, profit of the currency etc ... We have noticed that when a currency its blocktime is higher than 1, the profit is usually lower . If the blocktime is 1, the value is usually quite close to what AM indicates. There are coins that we have to use profit of 0.65 so that the estimate of AM and what is obtained is the same.

To be able to add these two data and be able to use them for self-profit in some way, instead of its classic formula, could be interesting. Have two types of profit to choose, two different formulas. One based more on the nethash and blocktime, and the classic one of you.

One last suggestion Is there any way that all the data in AM can be saved from the last time data has been requested from the APIs? I explain. I use CC and make a request every 7 minutes and read all the data, but then I make requests from loose currencies defined by us that if we do not find the Explorer or we can not read the explorer, we use WTM, CC or the one we see more realistic. But then we exhaust the requests per day, because each currency that I ask for a data, is a request to the api.

If in each complete request of api of WTM, CC, CTM, Coinwarz, the last one is stored in AM, and that data could be read from the cache of the last time within the AM itself, the problem of excess requests to these services.

But that's basic, we also make requests to Exchanges to extract the price, if every 7 minutes I read 24 coins of the same exchange, make 24 requests, and in a few hours I am unable to ask for more data to that exchange. I do not know if once an API is read, whatever it is, it is saved in a kind of cahe, whether it is an exchange or a provider, and only save the last time it was requested, in my case every 7 minutes. So if I have to read several prices of different currencies of the same exchange, I read it in local because I have the copy of the received in the api.

I hope you understand my idea.
I think the planned implementation for BlockTime + NetHash and the formula selection for this will be what you are looking for.

The process of updating coin stats is the following:
1) Get latest data from WTM, CC and CTM. Save a copy of the most recent data for each service in a cache.
2) Update all coin statistics based on the latest data
3) Perform all Dynamic Updates.
- If a Dynamic Update is configured to use data from WTM, CC or CTM, the cached API data from #1 will be used and no new API requests will be made.
- If you instead specify a custom provider where you point to a custom URL for loading data, Awesome Miner will use a 15 second cache for each unique URL. If you point to the same URL in your Dynamic Update for both Difficulty and Block Reward, it will only result in one single request to the URL. It will download the data for Difficulty, but when the Block Reward uses the same URL it will use the cached data.

The caching concept is used to reduce the number of requests to the sources you point to.

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April 09, 2019, 08:03:05 PM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/udd9r53npzgcbu7/Captura%20de%20pantalla%202019-04-09%20a%20las%2021.27.52.png?dl=0


I have a problem that I do not know how to fix. Please see the image

The rig 4 you can see in the capture, down in GPU says that I have 1050, 1050, 1060 And that was before, some time ago.

In the MAP GPU box if you see correctly 5x1070 1x1080ti, that is correct. But even if I map the cards, I still see 1050, 1050, 1060 etc ... And above all I have problems with the automatic speed, as it assumes other GPUs because it uses a different speed, usually a low speed, with which the GPU heats me. I had to force 80% GPUs in that profile.

How can I make AM recognize my real cards in GPU with their real names and real characteristics? As much as I remove the Mapping mark and then map again, the old cards keep appearing.

It would also be interesting that if an api gives a failure (it can not read the api) it appears in notifications, thus I will not be hours undermining the same difficulty without knowing that something fails.
Can you please send me the API Report for this specific miner? You can send via PM. Thanks!

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April 09, 2019, 08:19:28 PM
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
Edit: It's correct on CoinCalculators and WhatToMine, but way too high on CoinToMine. If CoinToMine is your first priority in the Options dialog, Statistics Provider section you may see this issue.

I mean in Coin(wallet balance) mate, when i enter my wallet address. Otherwise CoinToMine is 3rd in priority, after CoinCalculator  and WhatToMine.
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April 09, 2019, 08:38:44 PM
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
Edit: It's correct on CoinCalculators and WhatToMine, but way too high on CoinToMine. If CoinToMine is your first priority in the Options dialog, Statistics Provider section you may see this issue.

I mean in Coin(wallet balance) mate, when i enter my wallet address. Otherwise CoinToMine is 3rd in priority, after CoinCalculator  and WhatToMine.
Actually, it wasn't correct when using CoinCalculators.io either. Can you put WhatToMine first? I will take a closer look why both these report it wrong.

I think another workaround here is to set a Minimium Exchange Volume in the Options dialog Statistics provider. Even with a value as low as 0.01 BTC should get rid of exchanges reporting unrealistic numbers on very low trade volume.

For the wallet balance where the LTC value is expressed in USD, it uses statistics from one of these three sources.

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April 09, 2019, 09:21:40 PM
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
Edit: It's correct on CoinCalculators and WhatToMine, but way too high on CoinToMine. If CoinToMine is your first priority in the Options dialog, Statistics Provider section you may see this issue.

I mean in Coin(wallet balance) mate, when i enter my wallet address. Otherwise CoinToMine is 3rd in priority, after CoinCalculator  and WhatToMine.
Actually, it wasn't correct when using CoinCalculators.io either. Can you put WhatToMine first? I will take a closer look why both these report it wrong.

I think another workaround here is to set a Minimium Exchange Volume in the Options dialog Statistics provider. Even with a value as low as 0.01 BTC should get rid of exchanges reporting unrealistic numbers on very low trade volume.

For the wallet balance where the LTC value is expressed in USD, it uses statistics from one of these three sources.

Actually WhatToMine on 1st place did the job. Thanks, what is your recomend order for Statistic Providers and what difficulty is more precise for us?
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April 09, 2019, 10:07:20 PM
Last edit: April 10, 2019, 12:28:07 AM by trucobit
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/udd9r53npzgcbu7/Captura%20de%20pantalla%202019-04-09%20a%20las%2021.27.52.png?dl=0


I have a problem that I do not know how to fix. Please see the image

The rig 4 you can see in the capture, down in GPU says that I have 1050, 1050, 1060 And that was before, some time ago.

In the MAP GPU box if you see correctly 5x1070 1x1080ti, that is correct. But even if I map the cards, I still see 1050, 1050, 1060 etc ... And above all I have problems with the automatic speed, as it assumes other GPUs because it uses a different speed, usually a low speed, with which the GPU heats me. I had to force 80% GPUs in that profile.

How can I make AM recognize my real cards in GPU with their real names and real characteristics? As much as I remove the Mapping mark and then map again, the old cards keep appearing.

It would also be interesting that if an api gives a failure (it can not read the api) it appears in notifications, thus I will not be hours undermining the same difficulty without knowing that something fails.
Can you please send me the API Report for this specific miner? You can send via PM. Thanks!

where I get the Api report, I have looked and I do not see anything to have it. Please tell me how I do it

Sorry, I found it, I sent it to MP. Let's see if we can see what happens. Because to me the problem that it gives me is that it does not do a good control of the automatic fan and it is 80 degrees and 60% fan. I have to put profiles with the FAN fixed at 70 or 80% but I like more the performance of the car, but this confusion of cards must be.
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April 10, 2019, 05:41:55 AM
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Hi Patrike,

we have many times the problem, that some miners (especially Antminer L3+) get the Status (in Red) Disconnected - API Access Denied
if we send the command: Reboot (via SSH), the miner is working fine again (after a reboot)

so we would like to make a rule for that event - but unfortunatly i don't find any trigger for this event?! there is the Trigger Offline detection... but no one for this specific event?! is there another option??

BR Ralf
Hi Ralf,

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately it can happen sometimes that Antminers stop responding to monitoring request requests. In some cases the Antminers are more sensitive to this problem when mining on specific pools, but in other cases it's more difficult to find an exact reason.

The predefined rule "Offline Detection" should be able to detect this scenario. By default it will only give a notification (only once, until you acknowledge the notification), but you can also add actions to perform a reboot or similar. Can you please try check if this rule detects the issue in your cae?

Hi Patrike,

thank you for your suggestion - actually the state Disconnected - API Access Denied is different to only Disconnected... but i will try with a rule, that execute only every 40 minutes for this problem.
allthough it would be helpfull, if one could choose the 2 different states in the rule-triggers...

BR Ralf
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April 10, 2019, 05:54:42 AM
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@patrike besides that I would suggest adding core voltage lock to NVIDIA clocking profiles. that should be easy to implement, with just one NvAPI call.

also I've found a bug with native OC on mixed AMD/NVIDIA rigs - in my case, when applying the profiles for AMD GPUs, some of them like fan speed, fan mode and power limit are applied to NVIDIAs as well.
Thanks for the suggestions.

I'm actually not familiar with this NVAPI call related to core voltage lock. Do you have any more information about this feature?

If you have a Clocking Profile that contains properties supported by both AMD and nVidia (fan speed and a few more), they will be applied to all GPU's that support these properties. A profile is not specific for AMD or nVidia, it's just a number of GPU properties to be set. You may need to define Group Clocking Profiles on mixed systems, where you define that one Clocking Profile should be applied to the AMD cards and another one to the nVidia cards.
sorry for the late reply.
here's a great implementation of core voltage lock on NVIDIA GPUs  -
https://github.com/Demion/nvapioc/blob/master/Source/main.cpp
you can use NvApiSetVoltageLock function as the reference. 10xx and never cards are supported Smiley
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April 10, 2019, 06:22:53 AM
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my antivirus keeps on blocking the miners...never had any problems with any miners except those downloaded by your program....
I can't understand mate what you are saying. Is his given application is cause of virus?
So it’s better to not download from his link?

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April 10, 2019, 06:26:33 AM
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also, it would be great, if we could compare current miner profit/revenue estimate with its past values (1..10 minutes ago) and use the comparison result as the rule trigger.

what I'm trying to accomplish is a rule, that could force the profit switching for a miner in a case, when current profit estimate becomes significantly lower.
some algos have big profitability spikes that don't last too long, in this case the rule could force the miner to check current profit switching list again. now a miner could waste its hashpower and mine an unprofitable coin for a long time, if you are using a big profit switching interval or/and a big "minimum time to stay on a pool" value, and the "Current estimate" is selected as the profitability stats source.

or, if there's a way to force the profit switching without additional rules - I will be glad if you could help me to figure it out.

thank you Smiley
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April 10, 2019, 07:59:22 AM
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Please fix this calculation in Balance for LTC i have 21 LTC that correspond to 121 584 USD , i wish to be true, but it`s not yet.
Edit: It's correct on CoinCalculators and WhatToMine, but way too high on CoinToMine. If CoinToMine is your first priority in the Options dialog, Statistics Provider section you may see this issue.

I mean in Coin(wallet balance) mate, when i enter my wallet address. Otherwise CoinToMine is 3rd in priority, after CoinCalculator  and WhatToMine.
Actually, it wasn't correct when using CoinCalculators.io either. Can you put WhatToMine first? I will take a closer look why both these report it wrong.

I think another workaround here is to set a Minimium Exchange Volume in the Options dialog Statistics provider. Even with a value as low as 0.01 BTC should get rid of exchanges reporting unrealistic numbers on very low trade volume.

For the wallet balance where the LTC value is expressed in USD, it uses statistics from one of these three sources.

Actually WhatToMine on 1st place did the job. Thanks, what is your recomend order for Statistic Providers and what difficulty is more precise for us?
In general I would recommend to use Current difficulty and also to use at least some value for the minimum exchange volume.

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April 10, 2019, 08:00:52 AM
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/udd9r53npzgcbu7/Captura%20de%20pantalla%202019-04-09%20a%20las%2021.27.52.png?dl=0


I have a problem that I do not know how to fix. Please see the image

The rig 4 you can see in the capture, down in GPU says that I have 1050, 1050, 1060 And that was before, some time ago.

In the MAP GPU box if you see correctly 5x1070 1x1080ti, that is correct. But even if I map the cards, I still see 1050, 1050, 1060 etc ... And above all I have problems with the automatic speed, as it assumes other GPUs because it uses a different speed, usually a low speed, with which the GPU heats me. I had to force 80% GPUs in that profile.

How can I make AM recognize my real cards in GPU with their real names and real characteristics? As much as I remove the Mapping mark and then map again, the old cards keep appearing.

It would also be interesting that if an api gives a failure (it can not read the api) it appears in notifications, thus I will not be hours undermining the same difficulty without knowing that something fails.
Can you please send me the API Report for this specific miner? You can send via PM. Thanks!

where I get the Api report, I have looked and I do not see anything to have it. Please tell me how I do it

Sorry, I found it, I sent it to MP. Let's see if we can see what happens. Because to me the problem that it gives me is that it does not do a good control of the automatic fan and it is 80 degrees and 60% fan. I have to put profiles with the FAN fixed at 70 or 80% but I like more the performance of the car, but this confusion of cards must be.
Thanks for the report. I can see that you have set your own names of these GPU's, and that's why the names from Awesome Miner doesn't show up in the list.

Please select each of the GPU's in the GPU tab and click the "Set name" button. If you remove your custom names here you will see that Awesome Miner will display the default names instead.

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April 10, 2019, 08:02:50 AM
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Hi Patrike,

we have many times the problem, that some miners (especially Antminer L3+) get the Status (in Red) Disconnected - API Access Denied
if we send the command: Reboot (via SSH), the miner is working fine again (after a reboot)

so we would like to make a rule for that event - but unfortunatly i don't find any trigger for this event?! there is the Trigger Offline detection... but no one for this specific event?! is there another option??

BR Ralf
Hi Ralf,

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately it can happen sometimes that Antminers stop responding to monitoring request requests. In some cases the Antminers are more sensitive to this problem when mining on specific pools, but in other cases it's more difficult to find an exact reason.

The predefined rule "Offline Detection" should be able to detect this scenario. By default it will only give a notification (only once, until you acknowledge the notification), but you can also add actions to perform a reboot or similar. Can you please try check if this rule detects the issue in your cae?

Hi Patrike,

thank you for your suggestion - actually the state Disconnected - API Access Denied is different to only Disconnected... but i will try with a rule, that execute only every 40 minutes for this problem.
allthough it would be helpfull, if one could choose the 2 different states in the rule-triggers...

BR Ralf
Thanks for the feedback Ralf. If needed, the Offline Detection could probably be improved to separate these cases if needed. Please let me know your feedback once you tested it a bit. Thanks!

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April 10, 2019, 08:28:59 AM
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@patrike besides that I would suggest adding core voltage lock to NVIDIA clocking profiles. that should be easy to implement, with just one NvAPI call.

also I've found a bug with native OC on mixed AMD/NVIDIA rigs - in my case, when applying the profiles for AMD GPUs, some of them like fan speed, fan mode and power limit are applied to NVIDIAs as well.
Thanks for the suggestions.

I'm actually not familiar with this NVAPI call related to core voltage lock. Do you have any more information about this feature?

If you have a Clocking Profile that contains properties supported by both AMD and nVidia (fan speed and a few more), they will be applied to all GPU's that support these properties. A profile is not specific for AMD or nVidia, it's just a number of GPU properties to be set. You may need to define Group Clocking Profiles on mixed systems, where you define that one Clocking Profile should be applied to the AMD cards and another one to the nVidia cards.
sorry for the late reply.
here's a great implementation of core voltage lock on NVIDIA GPUs  -
https://github.com/Demion/nvapioc/blob/master/Source/main.cpp
you can use NvApiSetVoltageLock function as the reference. 10xx and never cards are supported Smiley
Thanks for letting me know. I actually found similar information via another source as well. Awesome Miner do already have one way of setting voltage for nVidia, but it's not supported by all nVidia GPU's so this will be a good addition.

It should be fully possible to implement something like this so you can expect this to be available later on.

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