- Look at all your Ants (S1/S2/S3) in one spot, assuming you're using Windows (uses .net 4.0) and your PC can reach them all via your network. - Can trigger visual alerts based on your criteria (temp too high, hash too low, fan too high, fan too low, X count too high). - It can initiate a software reboot automatically if it detects a specified number of dreaded Xs in the status, if the hash rate drops too low, or if it fails to respond properly to an API poll request - You can manually reboot Ants from the display. - You can manually update pool info for one or more S2s (or S1/S3s if you configured it to allow API access) - Shows the true hardware error percentage. - You can use it to scan your network to pick up the Ant addresses, or you can enter them manually. - Open source (GPL3): https://github.com/mdude77/MAntMonitor. - Has configurable multi-threaded polling of your Ants. You can use 1 to 64 threads simultaneously for your Ant farm. It defaults to not displaying the updates to the grid until 1 second after the refresh was initiated. You can (and should!) increase that value if you have a large number of Ants and/or you have slow video rendering.
Сообщение отредактировал Baunk199: 03 September 2014 - 15:08