How to understand the messages in the BZMiner window? Share statistics, mining status, and working parameters.
What can you see in the miner window?
Miner's version and initial data.
Message about loading settings from a prepared file config.txt
Miner language interface.
The address of the miner's working folder (where the miner’s files are located), a notification about whether logging is enabled or not.
CUDA(Nvidia) or OpenCL(AMD) library version and driver version.
Summary about the GPU (devices): - # — GPU number; - name — GPU model; - free — GPU free memory, in gigabytes; - total — total GPU memory, in gigabytes; - core — core frequency in megahertz; - mem — memory frequency in megahertz; - fan — fan speed in percent; - pwr — power consumption of the graphics card in watts; - temp — GPU temperature in degrees Celsius.
Pool connection summary: pool address and port, wallet address and worker name, share difficulty (set by the pool), successful connection to the pool, miner developer fee on the current algorithm.
The miner reports that the share is accepted. Tells which GPU has found the share, what algorithm is being mined, the difficulty of the current share, the time when the share was confirmed on the pool.
Summary with data on the mining process and the GPU state: - ironfish — current mining algorithm; - stratum+tcp://iron.kryptex.network:7777 — pool’s address and port; - # — GPU number; - uptime — refers to the amount of time the miner has been continuously operating since the start of work. - a/r/i — statistics of shares processed by the graphics card. a — indicates successfully accepted shares, r — indicates late rejected shares, and i — indicates damaged or incorrect shares. It is generally accepted that a rejection rate of 1-2% is normal. - cfg — the device configuration; - tbs — average time between shares; - eff — mining efficiency. The higher the value, the more efficient the card mines. It is calculated according to the formula: mega hashes*1000\watts=efficiency. - pool hr — Estimated effective hashrate based on pool difficulty and shares found (effective/current hashrate on some pools); - miner hr — Current miner speed (reported hashrate on some pools).
status — GPU and Pool summary. Mining — current GPU status; diff — share difficulty (set by the pool); latency — share processing latency, i.e., the time during which the share was confirmed by the pool; est. tbs. — estimated average time between shares.