This is a custom firmware from Hive OS for Antminer S9, S9i and S9j.
The firmware is available for Antminer S9, S9i and S9j. T9, L3 and S17 are currently in development.
No. The firmware takes a 2% dev fee automatically. This is done in parallel mining, without hashrate dips or suspension of the main mining process.
No, with our firmware your account remains free.
It restarts the miner and waits for the connection to reappear. In contrast to the stock firmware, it doesn’t waste electricity.
Mere Kilobits are used by the ASIC, the speed is not a main requirement. Ping is more important: the lower the ping to the pool, the better.
Follow the instructions from our installation guide - http://goo.gl/rNPdWc
Follow the instructions from our installation guide - http://goo.gl/RXsfjL
Straight from the Hive OS web interface.
Firewall or another internet issue blocks the firmware download. Try to download the firmware for the S9 in the farm settings and then flash through the ASIC’s web interface.
The latest BitMain firmware enables protection against custom firmware. You can try the following options: Try to flash through using an SD card. Flash the recovery image onto the SD card - http://bit.ly/2Hu3RSR (image) Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzArOe8KuHI Service centers can flash through the com port.
The firmware from the farm settings is automatically tied to Hive OS only via bulk installation of the firmware from another ASIC or another Linux distro (Bulk install). If flashing through the web interface, you need to add the farm_hash in the Hive OS tab.
The server API is saved in the ASIC configuration, it is not displayed in the web interface. Farmhash is needed only to add the ASIC, rig ID and password are obtained with its help, which are saved to the config file. And the farmhash is not saved anywhere.
No. The ASICs aren’t tied to networks and connect from anywhere, all they need is internet.
Without it, the ASIC mines using old parameters, and doesn’t show hashrates in Hive OS web interface.
Yes. Or simply re-apply a profile. If done via Hive OS web interface, then apply a different profile, and then apply back the old one. For now, without a change, you cannot re-apply the current profile.
In the new tuning algorithm, there is a gradual acceleration in frequency. During this acceleration, the hashrates aren’t displayed. This is required for optimal overclocking results.
The speed of auto-tuning depends on the state of the chips. If the ASIC is new, it takes up to 10 minutes. If the chips are worn, it could take half an hour or more, until each chip selects a parameter.
To display a correct approximation of consumption, any overclocking profile should be applied. Consumption will be displayed with an error of up to 10%.
This is caused either by a broken fan or sensor. Antminers often write 30600 if they have a problem with obtaining stats from sensors. Recheck the connectors or replace fans.
According to the manufacturer’s specifications and tests, the working temperature of the chips, on which they give more optimal hashrate and produce fewer errors, is 75-80 degrees. Lower temperatures produce worse results. Hiveon firmware adjusts ASICs to this temperature. Now this temperature can be adjusted. As a result, we have several pros: At this working temperature, the hash rate is higher Less noise Less fan wear.
On these models the power wiring won’t allow to squeeze more out of them, so it makes no sense to make custom firmware. You should use the stock one.