The Problem is that HiveOS shutdown is a simple shutdown
and does not really looking for if services are finished and
write their data back. So if you have a slow device the write
back process is not finished and it end in corruped partition.
Mainboard has all powerconnectors and enough Power?
Try just one card or plug the one out wich is in the long slot.
Sometimes this is an issue with some boards.
Switch to GEN 1 in Bios
I do not have the card so may be somethin…
Thats looks like the cc miner cofiguration opens to much task.
I guesss they a hundreds of 0,7 CPU Miner threads.
However i am out i do not use cc miner. Sorry
May someone can look if this is a correct behavier of ccminer?
Can you change your networkcard settings in the Bios from autonegoation to 100 mbit?
And perhaps update your router firmware to the latest. May be at the router you
can change to 100 mbit settings too.
I would not recommend update the driver manually!
If you do this the wrong way you stay at this driver version forever and the next HiveOS
updates of the driver will fail or best situation will be ignored.
I wait for an update.
Even the Version before at a mixed Rig Nvidia/AMD i had the issue that sometimes the OV settings linked to the Wallet was loaded and sometimes not. The manual OV (The Big Buttons) at the Rig page settings always work for me. Even with the actual ver…
Go in Terminal and type "htop" enter and look wich process does the
high CPU load?
Wich kind of Radeons? Do they have a proper mining bios?
It sounds that they are throttling cause of reaching max heat or power.
Go in Overclocking and try ch…
Well it is Ubuntu 16.04 with Openbox as window manager.
You can install what ever you like. ;-)
F.e. synaptic as package manager: apt-get install synaptic
As file manager Thunar, ROX or pcmanfm.
But be careful all this programs need RAM and …
Cause HiveOS is buuild on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial you will find help in Ubuntu Forums.
WLAN runs out of the box in Ubuntu.
If not it is a problem between several drivers or a missing firmware package.
Just do a Google search at: "Ubuntu 16.04" Your W…
Best Settings i found:
- Undervolt the Stilt Bios V48 with Hawaii Editor.
- 800 MHz Core Clock
- 1000 Mhz Memory Clock
- All Voltage Settings to 910mV accept the VDDCI State Voltage.
I get a Powerconsumption of 225 W at 20,2 MHS.
1. Try changing the riser cards.
2. Are all 3 Power connectors connected to the Motherboard?
3. As f3rry said do you have enough Power?
4. Sure? Did you measure it at the wall (f.e. with Kill a Watt)
The H81 Pro BTC R2.0 sometimes does not wai…