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- BFGMiner revision 5.4.2;
- Show temperature for the latest batch of ASIC boards: some temp sensors does not have ID reg. Do not use that reg when detecting a sensor.
- BFGMiner revision 5.1.0;
- Fixes to the BFGMiner driver which decrease the number of Rejects;
- Special voltage fix for some ill-behaving boards. Improves stability
and prevents dies from going off;
- fix: ASIC is not shown on Advanced page when all dies are turned OFF.
NOTE: This release also contains a full SD image (titan-2.00.img), which can be used a starting point for further incremental upgrades. Unlike incremental upgrade (titan-upgrade-2.00.bin) which can be applied via the web interface of a miner, full SD image must be flashed to the SD card before using it.
- Fix bug: sometimes ASICs are detected, but not mining;
- Show correct average Clock (Status page) in case when some dies are OFF.
- Make load more evenly balanced between pools in load-balance mode;
- Fix incorrectly shown percentage of Rejected/Stale shares;
- Fix rolling hashrate display in "detail level:processors" view.
- New FPGA image with I2C lock-up problem solved;
- Support for Scrypt-N (not fully optimal yet);
- Add ability to change miner's name in web interface.
- Support for Scrypt-N. Beta version, not all modes are tested well enough;
- New FPGA image with I2C lock-up problem solved.
- Reduce SD card wearout by moving some files from /etc/ to /var/run/ ;
- Show current release revision in web interface (System/Firmware Upgrade);
- Lower log level for some messages to make BFGMiner output a bit cleaner.
- BFGMiner driver restructurization to reduce CPU load.
Possibly reduces number of rejects.
- BFGMiner API calls optimization.
Possibly helps with frequent BFGMiner restarts.