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All your PPD in one box.

Okay, this took me a while but I got creative and now I can monitor my true stats from every computer I have folding! Live! And now I'm going to share with you how to do that! This is great! We're going to make your computers everywhere come together on your main computer for your visual pleasure and PPD calculating convenience!

Here's a list of things you need:

HFM.net
ScriptFTP
FileZilla, or another FTP uploading client (Windows Explorer and OSX Snow Leopard works as well)
Your folding clients
Web hosting*
Caffeine

*Web hosting provided by me free of charge to all OCN users, lurkers and friends. If you like the service and are not a member of OCN, please come join Overclock.net's folding team to use this service!


Folding Clients

Start by setting up your folding clients. I am assuming you have those all configured already. Be sure to have a pretty directory for each client. This can be anything, even the default directories are alright. If you start to have multiple graphics cards, I suggest you start to name each directory in numerical sequence to add ease to this project.


HFM.net

Open HFM.net. Go to "Edit" > "Preferences." On the first tab titled "Scheduled Tasks," emulate the following screenshot:




Now click on the "Options" tab. Click on "Auto Save Configuration when Changed," and under "Messages" change "Debug Message Level" to "Verbose." Now press "OK" to close the Preferences window.




Go to the Clients menu. "Add Client."

Under Folding Instance Setup, set everything using the following legend:

YY = the folding hardware (you may use spaces!)
ZZ = the speed in MHz
# = the numerical sequence of your hardware in series (ex, 1, 2, 3)



Instance Name: YY #
Client Processor MHz: ZZ
Filename for FAHlog.txt: FAHlog.txt
Filename for unitinfo.txt: unitinfo.txt
Filename for queue.dat: queue.dat

Local Path (O)

Log Folder: Your log folder needs to be the directory that the folding client is running at.

Example: You are running 2 GTS 450s and your i7 920 you may have the following client directories:

C:\\Inteli7920\\
C:\\SparkleGTS450_1\\
C:\\SparkleGTS450_2\\


Make the log folder the appropriate log folder for your item.

Click "OK."



Repeat that for as many folding clients as you have, until you are finished. Do this on each computer you have.


FTP Setup

Create one single directory called "foldingweb" somewhere on your each of your computers with folding clients. Make the directory easily accessible. On all your computers go to the "Edit" menu, then "Preferences."

In the Preferences window, check "Create a Web Site." Follow the screenshot below, changing your target folder or URL as according to the location of your "foldingweb" directory for that computer.




Be sure that "Every 1 Minutes" is highlighted, then press "Test Connection." If "Test Connection Succeeded" pops up, be very happy. That box is your friend from now until we're done. If it gives some error, follow the error's text to help find the source of the problem. Hit "OK" to close the window. Then, in the Preferences box, press "OK" to close the window.




Break

Now is an excellent time go grab a soda, a coffee, or something similarly caffeinated. You're about to get pretty busy.

When you come back, or sixty seconds have elapsed (whichever comes last,) your foldingweb directories will have populated themselves. Now load your FTP client.


Remote Setup

From your now loaded FTP client, create a new connection by opening the Site Manager. "File" > "Site Manager." Enter the following information:




Click Connect.

The FTP listing should populate as normal. First, on the server create a new folder and name it your OCN username. Please keep in mind case sensitivity matters here, so pay special attention to that. Once you have a new directory with your name on it, open it in the server window. On your computer, path to your "foldingweb" directory and copy the entire directory contents and copy them to inside your new folder on the server. Now create folders in that same directory for each folding client you have, using this as your legend:

*C* = your folding client
*#* = your folding client number




New Folder: *C*_*#*

Example: You have two Sparkle GTS 450s and an Intel i7 920.

Create folders:

SparkleGTS450_1
SparkleGTS450_2
Inteli7920_1





Take a sip of your drink. Feel the cool/warm/hot beverage infuse you with energy.

Rush back to HFM.net. Go to your "Edit" > "Preferences" menus. Now, change your Target Folder or URL to the following, using the following legend:

*U* = Your OCN username





Now click "Test Connection." This time, if you get an error the first time, press "OK" then "Test Connection" again. If "Test Connection Succeeded" pops up by at least the second test, give yourself another swig of that drink. If not, make 100% certain you followed the instructions properly. Bear in mind if the files uploaded properly, you should be able to path to http://www.siigarikitawa.com/ocnfolding/*U* and see your folding stats. If you can't, you have to go even farther back and get your stats uploaded to the server properly.


FTP Automation

This part is a breeze if you're energized and awake. It can get very sloppy very fast if you aren't paying attention, and we all know scripting mistakes can be a real PITA. So let's get started.

First, install ScriptFTP. Open the program. You are presented with a basic menu.

Click "New" in the upper left, then create an empty script file. It will prompt you for a location to save the file. Save it anywhere convienent.

Once you have done that, a blank text file will open. Copy the following code in the box, replacing the following using this legend:

*L* = ocnfolding
*P* = ocnfahpass
*FW* = the complete path to your foldingweb directory, removing the trailing "\\"
*U* = your OCN username
*C* = your folding client
*#* = your folding client number
*D* = your folding client directory path, retaining the trailing "\\"


Code:
OPENHOST("ftp.siigarikitawa.com","*L*","*P*")

CHDIR("/ocnusers/*U*/*C*_*#*")
PUTFILE("*D*queue.dat")
PUTFILE("*D*unitinfo.txt")

RENAMEFILE("queue.dat","*C*_*#*queue.dat")
RENAMEFILE("unitinfo.txt","*C*_*#*unitinfo.txt")

LOCALCHDIR("*FW*\\")

GETFILE("*C*queue.dat")
GETFILE("*C*unitinfo.txt")

CHDIR("*U*/")
PUTFILE("*FW*\\*C*_*#*queue.dat")
PUTFILE("*FW*\\*C*_*#*unitinfo.txt")

CLOSEHOST
Example:

Code:
OPENHOST("ftp.siigarikitawa.com","ocnusers",ocnfahpass")

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/SparkleGTS450_1")
PUTFILE("C:\\SparkleGTS450_1\\queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\SparkleGTS450_1\\unitinfo.txt")

RENAMEFILE("queue.dat","SparkleGTS450_1queue.dat")
RENAMEFILE("unitinfo.txt","SparkleGTS450_1unitinfo.txt")

LOCALCHDIR("C:\\foldingweb\\")

GETFILE("SparkleGTS450_1queue.dat")
GETFILE("SparkleGTS450_1unitinfo.txt")

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\SparkleGTS450_1queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\SparkleGTS450_1unitinfo.txt")

# next item

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/SparkleGTS450_2")
PUTFILE("C:\\SparkleGTS450_2\\queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\SparkleGTS450_2\\unitinfo.txt")

RENAMEFILE("queue.dat","SparkleGTS450_2queue.dat")
RENAMEFILE("unitinfo.txt","SparkleGTS450_2unitinfo.txt")

LOCALCHDIR("C:\\foldingweb\\")

GETFILE("SparkleGTS450_2queue.dat")
GETFILE("SparkleGTS450_2unitinfo.txt")

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\SparkleGTS450_2queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\SparkleGTS450_2unitinfo.txt")

# next item

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/Inteli7920_1")
PUTFILE("C:\\Folding_Inteli7920_1\\queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\Folding_Inteli7920_1\\unitinfo.txt")

RENAMEFILE("queue.dat","Inteli7920_1queue.dat")
RENAMEFILE("unitinfo.txt","Inteli7920_1unitinfo.txt")

LOCALCHDIR("C:\\foldingweb\\")

GETFILE("Inteli7920_1queue.dat")
GETFILE("Inteli7920_1unitinfo.txt")

CHDIR("ocnusers/Siigari/")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\Inteli7920_1queue.dat")
PUTFILE("C:\\foldingweb\\Inteli7920_1unitinfo.txt")

CLOSEHOST
That is EXACTLY what it should look like if I were to have the previous example's setup. It's not going to look pretty, it just needs to be efficient.


Now, save the file.


Scheduling Your Updates

Click "Scheduler" in ScriptFTP from the menu. Next click "Add." Find the file you just saved and open it. Now click Properties.

In the Schedule window, click "New." Under "Schedule Task" select "Daily." Click "Advanced..." then set the "Start Date" to be the current date. Check "Repeat task" "Every" X "minutes" (where X is how often you want to upload your data) "Until" (O) "Duration" 24 "hours" 0 "minutes."

Follow the basic guideline here:




Great. Now click "OK."

Under "Start time," time it approximately 2-3 minutes into the future of your current time. Click "OK." You will now be prompted to enter your username and password for Windows so the program may log in to complete the scheduled task. ScriptFTP will now begin uploading your data.


Add the Remote Clients

Energized and refreshed, open your master HFM.net client (the one you want to view stuff from.) Go to "Client" > "Add Client."

Under Folding Instance Setup, you will want to fill the following using this legend:

XX = the folding hardware (pretty version)
YY = the folding hardware
ZZ = the speed in MHz
# = the numerical sequence of your hardware in series (ex, 1, 2, 3)
*L* = ocnfolding
*P* = ocnfahpass
*U* = your OCN username (cAsE sEnSiTiVe)



Instance Name: XX #
Client Processor MHz: ZZ
Filename for FAHlog.txt: XX-FAHlog.txt
Filename for unitinfo.txt: YY#unitinfo.txt
Filename for queue.dat: YY#queue.dat

FTP Server (O)

FTP Server Name / IP: siigarikitawa.com
Log Path (Directory): /ocnusers/*U*
FTP Username: *L*
FTP Password: *P*
FTP Mode: Active




Example: My log path would look like this:

Log Path (Directory): /ocnusers/Siigari/



Make the log folder the appropriate log folder for your item. Also, for FAHlog, be sure to retain the same format of the text that was generated by the foldingweb dump. If you don't, none of this will work!

Click "Test Connection." If it succeeds, click "OK" and move on to the next new client. Continue this process until you are finished.


The Grand Finale

In HFM.net, click "View" > "Show/Hide Log/Queue Viewer" (or press F8.) This will open detailed stats of your folding adventures.

Now, sit back, relax and enjoy the rest of your drink. You deserve it, you crazy folder, you.



Happy Folding, and good luck in the December Foldathon!!
Edited by Siigari - 12/18/10 at 6:39am
     
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Great guide +1
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Very well written guide, but that's way more complicated than it needs to be.

Simply network share the drive or folder that your remote folding clients are in, map the drive on the computer that HFM is on, then point HFM to the client location on the remote drive.
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Very well written guide, but that's way more complicated than it needs to be.

Simply network share the drive or folder that your remote folding clients are in, then point HFM to the client location on the remote drive.
Does that work for computers that aren't on the same network?
     
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Very well written guide, but that's way more complicated than it needs to be.

Simply network share the drive or folder that your remote folding clients are in, map the drive on the computer that HFM is on, then point HFM to the client location on the remote drive.
seeing how i have clients on 3 different networks that wont work for me
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Does that work for computers that aren't on the same network?
Not unless you go through some hoops to make your network remotely accessible. I haven't tried it.
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Awesome guide, +1
    
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Fantastic! +1
Just wait till Zodac gets a hold of this lol.
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All of my rigs are on the same network, but this looks like a great guide for those who run multiple rigs at multiple sites.

Thanks for all your work.
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*cough*

The RM guide in the "Guides" section covers this. The latest update of HFM also allows you to upload multiple instances of HFM to the same location, and they will merge into one large client summary.

*cough*

*cough*

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