ASIC Hub is installed on a separate Linux, Mac, or Raspberry Pi computer and acts like a server - receiving and sending data between ASICs and minerstat dashboard. If you want to use ASIC Hub on Windows computer, you can install a VM that runs on Ubuntu 18.04. For Raspberry Pi, please use Raspbian Buster.
Supported ASICs: Antminer, Dayun, Fusionsilicon, Innosilicon (recent models), Obelisk, Spondoolies, StrongU
You can find a detailed tutorial with images in this blog post or watch the following video.
First, login to your server over SSH or open Terminal to run the installation wizard script.
The wizard will lead you through different steps where you will need to enter your access key, ASIC group for monitoring, and the type of firmware you are using. The wizard will install all dependencies and crontabs you need for monitoring.
Use ASIC Hub Lite script for this firmware.
You can install ASIC Hub to different locations and different devices. Make sure that each location or device is denoted with special group and that you install ASIC Hub for that group particularly. For example, you have locations NY and SF. Put the workers you have on location NY in one group and install ASIC Hub for group NY at location NY. Put the workers you have on location SF in another group and install ASIC Hub for group SF at location SF. So one ASIC Hub will monitor group NY at location NY and other ASIC Hub will monitor group SF at location SF.
You can run the wizard as many times you like to install ASIC Hub for different groups or locations or just manually edit the crontabs.
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