Worker’s profile – Details & activity

Worker’s profile – Details & activity


In this video, I will guide you through
the worker’s profile page. To enter the worker’s profile, you can
either click on the worker’s name or the eye icon here. If the worker has never connected before,
installation instructions will be available as shown in the previous videos. Otherwise, you will see a similar page as mine. In the top left corner of the page,
you will find a link to the workers’ list, worker’s name, and other denotations
related to the worker’s status. In the top right corner, you will find
different action buttons. First is a notification button, which opens a drop-down
with all the latest activity of your worker. For some systems, you will also
be able to see different console errors, such as dropped pool connection
or driver errors. Here is a link to the worker’s configuration. Here is a ClockTune button, which will show
all available ClockTune profiles with an option to select and apply a ClockTune,
edit it, or go to the ClockTune page. Here is a link to the profit switch. Here is a switch button, which will open a
drop-down with all available config templates with an option to select and apply the config template, and toggle buttons for enabling
or disabling CPU mining and profit switch. At the end are buttons for restarting the
mining client, rebooting the machine, stop or start mining, and shutting down the machine. The page header is followed by a summary
of the worker’s mining activity. In this area, you can see daily estimated
earnings with included electricity costs if you have set the electricity price
in the worker’s config and information on power consumption is available. You can also see the number of detected GPUs, maximum temperature, maximum fan speed, and mining efficiency. Mining efficiency is a
ratio between accepted and rejected shares and should not be lower than 98%. If it is, you should check your pool or
overclocking settings and try to improve efficiency. In the power summary, you can see the total
power consumption and power efficiency. Power efficiency is a ratio between
hashrate and power consumption. The goal is to have this number as high as possible, but you can only compare power efficiencies
within the same mining algorithm. In the last part of the summary, you can see
an icon that represents the worker’s system or type. Mining OS, Windows, or ASIC. Here you can also see local and remote IPs, system uptime and the time of the worker’s last sync. For some systems, there will be
a specification button available, which shows more details
about your worker’s system specifications. A summary is followed by the mining table,
which shows all coins you are currently mining and important mining details. The table is followed by a mining historical chart
with data saved every 10 minutes. At the bottom of the chart, you can find filters
that allow you to show different time points when a special event has occurred. These points are available
only for the last few days. Under the chart, there is a hardware table,
which will show you all GPUs or ASIC boards
that are available for the worker. Depending on the system and type of your worker, you will be able to see different hardware details, including the temperatures and the fans’ speeds. The hardware table will also allow you to
overclock or undervolt your GPUs on the go, for each card separately or all at once. Please note that if you are overclocking your rig
from the worker’s profile, a new ClockTune profile will be created. Under the hardware table, there is
a historical chart of fans’ speeds and temperatures with the hot and very hot limits
that you can set in the worker’s config. If you have a profit switch set up,
you will also be able to see the current state of all the coins
included in the profit switch. To quickly switch to the previous or next
worker, you can press ← or right → arrows on your keyboard or click on the links at the very bottom of this page.

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