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May 08, 2011, 07:01:44 AM
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I have a a few client machines and a server all running 24/7 dedicated and have come across the typical management issues of such a setup.

Are there any solo mining tools out there?  I can use standard monitoring tools to check that a machine in live, but I'd really like to monitor and report on the "real-time" condition of the clients (hash rate, uptime, etc) from one location. It'd also be nice to see my cumulative hash rate going through the server at any given time...

I'm approaching 5G/hash and haven't been happy with a couple attempts at pool mining so solo mining is by far my preference at this time.

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May 08, 2011, 09:31:35 AM
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I have a a few client machines and a server all running 24/7 dedicated and have come across the typical management issues of such a setup.


Dare I say "Me too!"

I have 12 5870s spread over 5 machines (4:3:2:2:1) and find management a pain.

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May 08, 2011, 07:06:34 PM
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I modified the phoenix miner to periodically spawn a thread to POST its hashrate to a django app, so I have a webpage that displays hashrates and the last time I heard from each miner.  I also calculate and display btc/day and usd/day.  I will probably open source it once I add some new features.

In this post: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=6998.msg103376#msg103376, jedi95 linked to a much nicer monitor app.

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