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Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby hrsetrdr » Tue May 18, 2010 7:01 pm

I'd like to hear from Linux users who are using HFM.NET to monitor their FAH clients, specifically those clients on machines on the home/office network that are not on the same machine as that which HFM.NET is installed. After attempting SMB to no avail, I turned to using NFS, which was successful; this on Debian Lenny, Squeeze and Testing/Unstable.
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby Russ_64 » Wed May 19, 2010 9:13 am

I run HFM.net on my Windows machine (to monitor local GPU and SMP) and can also monitor my Linux box (for SMP) by installing Samba on it. Note - I think you have to use the latest Samba version 3.3 if you also use Windows 7. Just install it (or update it) and then "share" your Folding folder so that the other machine can see it. HFM.net allows the use of \\Servername\folder1\folder2 to access it.
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby parkut » Wed May 19, 2010 11:59 am

I have my folding machines upload their client.cfg, queue.dat and FAHlog.txt files to a common server via ftp every 6 minutes. Each machine's files are loaded into a separate sub-directory. This works well for local or remote machines. If bandwidth is an issue, you can adjust the upload frequency as needed.

The entire uploaded directory is made available to my windows desktop via network samba share. HFM.NET reads the files from that network share. For example: //192.168.1.130/william/work-clients/q01-smp/
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby hrsetrdr » Mon Jun 21, 2010 3:56 am

Thanks for your replies, sorry I hadn't responded sooner. All my folding rigs are running Debian, so no Windows box to run HFM.net on for monitoring in the conventional way. However, HFM.net runs on Linux using the Mono framework, instructions for setup liked from the HFM.net google code page: http://groups.google.com/group/hfm-net/ ... untu?pli=1
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby chrisretusn » Tue Jun 22, 2010 3:01 am

I am running 100% Linux, Slackware to be specific, both 64-bit and 32-bit versions. I am running HFM.NET on my Slackware64 machine and use it to monitor four other folding machines. I use NFS.
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby markfw » Sat Dec 16, 2017 4:22 am

So what is the directory on the linux box to share, and how to create the share ? I have a samba username created, but first I can't find the directory, and second, I don't know the syntax on creating the samba share/
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Re: Linux HFM.NET-monitoring remote boxen

Postby Joe_H » Sat Dec 16, 2017 7:06 am

markfw wrote:So what is the directory on the linux box to share, and how to create the share ? I have a samba username created, but first I can't find the directory, and second, I don't know the syntax on creating the samba share/


Any methods mentioned here in this 7+ year old topic do not apply to the current folding client and the current version of HFM.NET. The files mentioned are ones that were used by version 6 of the client software. You are more likely to find solutions in the more recent posts of this topic - viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9903. Also check the project site mentioned in this post by the utilities author - viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9903&start=600#p283330, or the Google group - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic ... -PC84vRSrY - mentioned in the post after that.
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