Welcome to OSdog monitoring

Enjoy mining



OSdog - is a system for managing mining rigs on GPU. You can quickly setup any number of rigs
and manage its work: in a couple of clicks switch between mining programs and algorithms, overclock, and see the hashrate, temperature, fan speed,
energy consumption and other information about your rigs.
The notification system in Telegram can send you regular reports about the work or notify you if something went wrong.
Welcome!
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Integrated miners:

Claymore
Ewbf
Bminer
Ethminer
T_rex
Nanominer
Lolminer
Miniz
Noncerpro_cuda
Gminer
Xmr_stak
Xmrig_new
Xmrig_amd
Xmrig_nvidia
Xmrig_cpu
Xpm_amd
Z_enemy
Wildrig_multi
Phoenix
Teamredminer
Cryptodredge
Nbminer
Ccminer
Sgminer
Cpuminer
Cpuminer_rplant
Ttminer
Qitmeer
Sushiminer
Srbminer
Accepted GPU:

NVIDIA 1050 1050Ti 1060
NVIDIA 1070 1080 1080Ti
NVIDIA 106-90 106-100
NVIDIA 104-100 102-100
NVIDIA 1660
NVIDIA 2060 2070 2080
AMD RX 470/480/560/570/580/590
AMD Vega 56/64
AMD RX 5500/5600/5700


Current version: 1.56

Here are some steps to start using OSdog:
  • Download OSdog and unzip it
  • Register on the website
  • Create your first rig in Settings, remember rig ID and password
  • Write disk image on 8Gb or larger SSD or HDD
  • After flashing new disk SOBAKA will appear in system,
    in file rig.cfg file you need to write rig ID and password in RIG_ID and PASSWD strings,
    also you can write wifi SSID and password in wifi.txt file
  • Switch on your rig
  • You can set up your rig id/password or wifi manually with commands newdog and netsetup -manual, if you haven`t done it before
  • Wait for the rig to appear online
  • Create your wallet on Wallets tab
  • Choose created wallet on rig page
  • If necessary, you can adjust the overclocking parameters using tab Tuning
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  • Free of charge 3 personal rigs (not in farm)
  • 1% dev fee is charged on 4th and next rigs, and all rigs in farms

Registration Download OSdog 1.47 (1.5Gb) You can flash image with:
  • Etcher (turn on Unsafe mode in Settings)
  • Linux users can use dd (find out output disk with sudo fdisk -l, f.e. /dev/sdb,
    type sudo dd if=dog-0.85.img of=/dev/sdb bs=10M status=progress)