Running Miner Software
Miner software is configured to start automatically on tty1 in the pre-configured Virtual Machine image, while you should start it manually on self-serviced Linux install.
Only one single running instance of the atomminer-cli is allowed at the time to prevent USB device misconfiguration and provide proper communication with minimal delays.
To start software just type in your terminal
~$ atomminer-cli AtomMiner CLI Miner 1.0.3RC3 -- built on Jun 1 2019 18:59:15 with x86_64 GCC 5.4.0 20160609 Running on : linux 4.4.0-135-generic x86_64 OS : Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS Virtual RAM : 0kB/3.18GB/8.38GB Physical RAM : 4.66MB/6.04GB/7.60GB CPU : 4x2.4GHz 0.00/21.68 [2019-06-03 10:53:24] + Starting miner... [2019-06-03 10:53:24] + Starting Device Manager... [2019-06-03 10:53:24] + Starting Pool manager... [2019-06-03 10:53:24] + Running...waiting for a job from the pool
~$ atomminer-cli AtomMiner CLI Miner 1.0.3RC3 -- built on Jun 1 2019 18:59:15 with x86_64 GCC 5.4.0 20160609 AtomMiner CLI v.1.0.3RC3 is already running with PID 7210. Status : Running with PID: 7210 for 00:00:36 API srv: Off WWW srv: Off
To stop running instance of
atomminer-cli you can add stop keyword to the cli. Example output:
~$ atomminer-cli stop AtomMiner CLI Miner 1.0.3RC3 -- built on Jun 1 2019 18:59:15 with x86_64 GCC 5.4.0 20160609 + Stopped atomminer-cli with PID:19516
~$ atomminer-cli stop AtomMiner CLI Miner 1.0.3RC3 -- built on Jun 1 2019 18:59:15 with x86_64 GCC 5.4.0 20160609 AtomMiner CLI is not started. Please start the CLI and try again
There's multiple options of setting up atomminer-cli to start and begin mining on system startup at user's choice. Most popular choices are: * Create a symlink to user's autostart items. Cons: miner will not start until user is logged in * Create a system service that will start miner. Cons: will be started as root with no option to see real-time log * Add autostart via cron in terminal multiplexer
For simplicity, below are instructions on how to run have
atomminer-cli to autostart with
screen multiplexe and cron. First of all you will need
screento be installed as it is not default package in some linux distributions. To install screen on Debian based distro (Ubuntu, Raspbian, etc.):
sudo apt-get install screen
atomminer-clifor miner's convenience that will keep restarting cli if something bad happened or miner was accidentally stoped from another terminal. Helper script is located at
/var/atomminer/atomminer. To use enable this script to be started at every system boot edit cron jobs by typing
@reboot screen -dmS cli /var/atomminer/atomminer
/var/atomminer/atomminerwill be started in the named (background) terminal every time system boots up even if user is not logging in.
Upon login you can check if your screen has started:
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ screen -ls There are screens on: 4466.cli (17/05/19 21:22:57) (Detached) 1 Sockets in /run/screen/S-pi.
to attach to the named screen from the current terminal following command can be used:
screen -r cli
atomminer-cliand show real-time miner log