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February 26, 2017, 05:05:51 AM
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Well, all of my S9's pointed at the pool have been "upgraded" to version 2.0.0. I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade.

The two un-flashed S9's were running fine at 625Mhz. But I went ahead and set them 600Mhz. 650Mhz would cause them to run too hot and getting warmer around here as the days progress. I will probably have to take all of the miners down to 550 or even 500 as summer returns.

For now, three of the S9's are at 600Mhz - their rated speed from Bitmain. The other S9 is at 550, also the rated speed from Bitmain.

All total, I'm running at ~50TH give or take a TH either direction.

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February 26, 2017, 05:45:23 AM
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What are the new S9s? v1 o 2? My BIOS says 2013-2014 ...
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February 26, 2017, 06:19:26 AM
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What are the new S9s? v1 o 2? My BIOS says 2013-2014 ...
New are all v2 you can see in the web interface

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New are all v2

Okay, cool.
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February 26, 2017, 07:27:42 AM
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Another glitch failover at 07:19 UTC but all connected immediately straight back again.
This time was the main pool passthru, SG and JP.

NL, NYA and DE were unaffected.

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February 26, 2017, 07:43:17 AM
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Another glitch failover at 07:19 UTC but all connected immediately straight back again.
This time was the main pool passthru, SG and JP.

NL, NYA and DE were unaffected.

Gracias para la heads up. I was wondering why the hasj crash and was giving my brother a quick lesson for when I am gone ...
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February 26, 2017, 10:28:24 AM
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Well, all of my S9's pointed at the pool have been "upgraded" to version 2.0.0. I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade.

The two un-flashed S9's were running fine at 625Mhz. But I went ahead and set them 600Mhz. 650Mhz would cause them to run too hot and getting warmer around here as the days progress. I will probably have to take all of the miners down to 550 or even 500 as summer returns.

For now, three of the S9's are at 600Mhz - their rated speed from Bitmain. The other S9 is at 550, also the rated speed from Bitmain.

All total, I'm running at ~50TH give or take a TH either direction.



It would be great if someone were able to host the files for older firmware for the bimain miners..  I see a ton of people not happy that bitmain took down the old firmware versions and forcing people into using the crappy newer versions.  That seem more like downgrades then upgrades.

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Well, all of my S9's pointed at the pool have been "upgraded" to version 2.0.0. I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade.

The two un-flashed S9's were running fine at 625Mhz. But I went ahead and set them 600Mhz. 650Mhz would cause them to run too hot and getting warmer around here as the days progress. I will probably have to take all of the miners down to 550 or even 500 as summer returns.

For now, three of the S9's are at 600Mhz - their rated speed from Bitmain. The other S9 is at 550, also the rated speed from Bitmain.

All total, I'm running at ~50TH give or take a TH either direction.



It would be great if someone were able to host the files for older firmware for the bimain miners..  I see a ton of people not happy that bitmain took down the old firmware versions and forcing people into using the crappy newer versions.  That seem more like downgrades then upgrades.



If you file a support ticket with them, you should be able to get the right version of the old firmware. Then it'll be up to you how you want to baby it or host it for the community, if you feel like.

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February 26, 2017, 11:13:46 AM
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Well, all of my S9's pointed at the pool have been "upgraded" to version 2.0.0. I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade.

The two un-flashed S9's were running fine at 625Mhz. But I went ahead and set them 600Mhz. 650Mhz would cause them to run too hot and getting warmer around here as the days progress. I will probably have to take all of the miners down to 550 or even 500 as summer returns.

For now, three of the S9's are at 600Mhz - their rated speed from Bitmain. The other S9 is at 550, also the rated speed from Bitmain.

All total, I'm running at ~50TH give or take a TH either direction.



It would be great if someone were able to host the files for older firmware for the bimain miners..  I see a ton of people not happy that bitmain took down the old firmware versions and forcing people into using the crappy newer versions.  That seem more like downgrades then upgrades.



If you file a support ticket with them, you should be able to get the right version of the old firmware. Then it'll be up to you how you want to baby it or host it for the community, if you feel like.

ahhhh Good idea if they are not being completely stingy on handing out the older versions of the firmware. 
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February 26, 2017, 12:01:09 PM
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.... I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade....
Changing freq on older rigs with 2.0 hasn't changed, it's just hidden...
It's still at http://your_rig's_IP_here/cgi-bin/minerAdvanced.cgi

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February 26, 2017, 12:56:31 PM
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Can you tell us your experience with your s9v1 since your the only one I know that has a good amount of them.  Have they been finiding blocks on the other pool? I'd imagine since your on pplns then it hasn't brought down the luck of that pool any.  


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February 26, 2017, 01:49:21 PM
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.... I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade....
Changing freq on older rigs with 2.0 hasn't changed, it's just hidden...
It's still at http://your_rig's_IP_here/cgi-bin/minerAdvanced.cgi

Very interesting. It DOES take you to a frequency control page. However, when I decided to bump one of miners from 550 to 575, it popped up a warning saying it would take 3 hours to search frequencies before it starts mining.
I decided, No.

Thanks for the tip anyway.

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.... I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade....
Changing freq on older rigs with 2.0 hasn't changed, it's just hidden...
It's still at http://your_rig's_IP_here/cgi-bin/minerAdvanced.cgi

Very interesting. It DOES take you to a frequency control page. However, when I decided to bump one of miners from 550 to 575, it popped up a warning saying it would take 3 hours to search frequencies before it starts mining.
I decided, No.

Thanks for the tip anyway.

I seem some things saying to let it sit for 5 hours before seeing if any change even works.     Gosh I get happy whenever I start my s7 and see it hiting full hash rate in about a minute or 2      But hours before even getting to mine bites the big one. esp when someone wants to get cracking on mining

aint nobody got time for that. lol 
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February 26, 2017, 04:11:19 PM
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I seem some things saying to let it sit for 5 hours before seeing if any change even works.     Gosh I get happy whenever I start my s7 and see it hiting full hash rate in about a minute or 2      But hours before even getting to mine bites the big one. esp when someone wants to get cracking on mining

aint nobody got time for that. lol  


I agree. Two of my S9's were down yesterday for about an hour or so each one as I flashed to the auto-tune firmware to bring them up to BMMiner Ver. 2.

Of course, I lost all of my static IP addresses and had to find the new DHCP addresses and then go in change them from ant poo to Kano. Also had to figure out which IP address was attached to which miner. But that wasn't a big deal.

The miner that I thought about changing with the tip from @ComputerGenie was a Bitmain S9 550Mhz miner. It is set on 550Mhz and is running fairly cool. I thought about bumping the frequency up to 575Mhz to see how it behaved. But with the message saying it may take up to three hours to search the frequencies, I decided not to mess with it.

Additionally, 575Mhz is normally not an option on the frequency settings on the new firmware. SO I didn't know if that would take or not. And 600Mhz would probably cause the machine to run hotter than I would like.
(I also have three other S9's that are also now flashed with BMMiner version 2.0.0. The are 600Mhz miners, so that is where they are set. No problems.)

Yes, I too love the quickness of the S7 booting up and starting to mine. I have three S7's that are slightly under-clocked to 650, 675, and 675Mhz because of temp concerns. Luckily, it's cold enough around here today to open the windows and let the miner suck in the colder air!

All four S9's and three S7's are running on Kano.

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February 26, 2017, 04:30:27 PM
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.... I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade....
Changing freq on older rigs with 2.0 hasn't changed, it's just hidden...
It's still at http://your_rig's_IP_here/cgi-bin/minerAdvanced.cgi

Very interesting. It DOES take you to a frequency control page. However, when I decided to bump one of miners from 550 to 575, it popped up a warning saying it would take 3 hours to search frequencies before it starts mining.
I decided, No.

Thanks for the tip anyway.

I've done it loads of times, it doesn't take 3 hours.

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February 26, 2017, 04:34:53 PM
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.... I hesitate to call the loss of fan control and the easy changing of frequencies an upgrade....
Changing freq on older rigs with 2.0 hasn't changed, it's just hidden...
It's still at http://your_rig's_IP_here/cgi-bin/minerAdvanced.cgi

Very interesting. It DOES take you to a frequency control page. However, when I decided to bump one of miners from 550 to 575, it popped up a warning saying it would take 3 hours to search frequencies before it starts mining.
I decided, No.

Thanks for the tip anyway.

I've done it loads of times, it doesn't take 3 hours.

Thank you for the info! So it may take about the same length of time it takes for an initial flash from older FW to the Auto-tune? About an hour for me.
Another question please, will it allow a frequency change to 575Mhz or any other freq that is not 550,600, or 650?

I know it shows that it available along with the normal large range of frequencies as were seen in the older no auto-tune FW. Just wondering if it might have a hard time settling in at one of the freqs. that is not 550, 600, 650.

Thank you for any further info you can provide!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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February 26, 2017, 04:52:16 PM
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Block by danbel79!  This is your 5th Kano block and our 1st of the day!  Cheesy

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Block by danbe179!

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gotta like seeing new blocks!!!!      Grin
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February 26, 2017, 05:25:42 PM
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... Just wondering if it might have a hard time settling in at one of the freqs. that is not 550, 600, 650.

Thank you for any further info you can provide!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
With the exception of newer rigs (which have freq set per chip), if it's on the dropdown list, then you can use it. That being said, "working" differs from board to board and rig to rig (just like any other computer freq change).

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