ASICseer is separated into read-only and read-write. Your Panel handles the read-only and your Remote Config File handles the read-write.
Setting up your ConfigMaker config allows you to manage all of your ASICs remotely (even reboot). See Writing your Config for documentation.
Setting up your Remote Config File allows you to manage all of your ASICs remotely (even reboot). See Writing your Config for documentation.
Your entire farm can be controlled with a single Remote Config File. Your Remote Config File is downloaded and applied to your ASIC every 10 minutes, so any changes can take up to 10 minutes to take effect. See https://asicseer.com/config.txt for an example config. Everything with a hashtag/poundsign is a comment, and is ignored by all scripts.
Note: All config settings, except for usernames, wallets, and passwords, are always lowercase.
The format for writing your config is
worker setting value where:
workeris your ASIC's automatically defined worker name, derived from the last 6 digits of its MAC address.
workername in morse code. You can use an app to read it.
settingis name of the config setting that you are applying to your worker.
valueis value of the config setting that you are applying to your worker.
global for the worker name to apply a
setting to all ASICs on which you have installed the same Remote Config File.
custompaneltakes a 12-digit alphanumeric string and sets a custom Panel using the first 6 digits. See setting custompanel.
poolname1is the 1st defined pool to which your ASIC will try to connect. Use format
username1is the 1st pool's username that is set on your pool's site (don't use worker names here, ASICseer sets them as
poolpass1is the 1st pool's password that is set on your pool's site (sometimes this is
noand sends your worker name to your pool.
sendworker3 are the 2nd/3rd pools.
no. Setting to
yeswill automatically update ASICseer to the latest available version.
no. Setting to
yeswill increase hashrate by finding the best frequency for each chip.
retunetakes an incrementing value (i.e. start with
3) which retunes your ASIC (i.e. after changing maxwatts, etc).
no. Setting to
yeswill allow mining, while
noturns off mining and prevents it from starting.
maxtemptakes a temperature in Celcius. ASICseer will prevent your ASIC from reaching this temperature. See managing temperature.
fanspeedtakes a value of 50-100 and sets your ASIC fans to this percentage.
offand blinks your ASIC's lights in morse code.
rebootasictakes an incrementing value (i.e. start with
3) which reboots your ASIC.
resetasictakes an incrementing value (i.e. start with
3) which resets your ASIC as if it had just booted.
panelpasstakes an alphanumeric string which is used to password protect your Panel.
maxwattstakes a watt value that sets the approximate maximum target watts for your ASIC.
ipaddress can only only be applied to individual ASICs, you cannot use
group for them.
ab34ef is an
example worker name (use your own ASIC's worker names here, one per line).
locationtakes up to a 12-digit string (your ASIC's location i.e building/rack/row/number/shelf). This becomes your worker's pool name.
ipaddresssets your ASIC to a local IP. Use a valid local IP outside of of DHCP range, otherwise you'll have to reflash your ASIC.
location for a string and applies your
setting to any ASIC
location that has a match. The below example will reboot ASICs with a
location that has
rowc in it, and will turn off mining on ASICs with a
location that has
rowd in it.
# group=rowc rebootasic 1 # group=rowd allowed no
To switch your worker name and assign a location, follow the below guide.
worker location newname(
workeris your original 6-digit worker name and
newnameis your new worker name).
After this procedure, your pool will see your new worker name, and your ASIC will have a new location assigned on your Panel.
If you use hostnames to manage your worker names and ASIC locations, ASICseer will use them to set Worker Names / Locations during installation.
If you have a big farm and don't know where any of your ASICs are located, ASICseer makes it easy to find them.
NOTE: It is important to do the below steps when your Internet is stable, and your ASICs are online and reporting.
If any ASIC blade approaches
maxtemp, ASICseer will increase fans to 100% and set all frequencies to stock. If any blade exceeds
maxtemp, the miner will turn off until you reboot or reset the ASIC.
Follow the below steps to reduce the chances of your ASICs overheating:
fanspeedto a higher value.
maxtempto a higher value.
ASICseer assigns a 6-character Panel based on a hash of your external IP. This way, all ASICs on one network can report to the same Panel.
If your public IP changes, your Panel will change.
You can set your own Custom Panel with the
custompanel publicsecretin your config (EXACTLY 12 ALPHANUMERIC CHARACTERS, must be the SAME code on all your ASICs).
public(EXACTLY 6 ALPHANUMERIC CHARACTERS!) is your preferred Panel ID.
secret(EXACTLY 6 ALPHANUMERIC CHARACTERS!) is your private key.
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