Does your ASIC farm consist of hundreds or thousands of devices? Does managing it take a lot of your time? There is a solution — the Hive OS monitoring and control system.
Should manage a large ASIC farm take a lot of time? Definitely no. The management process can be convenient and simple, even if you have thousands of devices. This is possible thanks to Hive OS.
How to make the process of managing a farm as simple and convenient as possible? Those who own large ASIC farms or mining hotels often ask this question, and the answer is here. This article covers five useful features of the Hive OS, the most effective and convenient to use monitoring and management system that will help to simplify the farm management process.Organising workers into farms
Owners of mining hotels (or administrators of several clients) often categorise their user base in Hive OS by farms. In the context of mining, a farm is a group of devices (so-called workers). Workers of one farm are isolated from all other workers. This means that every farm has its specific general statistic (energy consumption, hashrate, the quantity of workers with problems, and so on). It is very convenient and easy to “accommodate” individual clients or separate premises in this way. In addition, on the farm you can apply any actions in bulk (for instance, changing a pool).
In Hive OS you can also set up different levels of access for other accounts. For example, an administrator can have full access to all the farms that he manages, and he can give the right to monitor any farm to another account (managing the farm will be impossible for this account in this case). In addition, the client can get notifications (in Discord or Telegram) in case there are any issues with the devices or in order to discover their statistical data.
2. Using tags in order to distinguish workers or clients...