How to understand the messages in the NBMiner window? Share statistics, mining status, and working parameters.
What can you see in the miner window?
Miner name and version.
Information about the system: operating system version, processor model, amount of installed and used RAM, amount of configured and used virtual memory (page file), graphics card libraries, and driver version.
Information about what is being mined. The algorithm, pool address, wallet address, worker name, and temperature limits for stopping and starting the miner.
Data about the state and overclocking (if available) of the graphics card: ID number, PCIe number in the system, supported CUDA version for Nvidia, the amount of VRAM, number of CU (computing unit), VRAM type, VRAM manufacturer, graphics card model.
Trying to connect to the pool, its address, port, and IP.
The message of a successful connection.
Address for the WEB API to control the miner.
The amount of free VRAM for the DAG file for mining.
The ID of the work received from the pool and the complexity of the shares on the pool (set by the pool).
Information on the generation of the DAG file, the epoch of the DAG file, writing time, and verification. If on stage DAG - Verification, you get the status not OK, but Error — check your overclocking or graphics card. The DAG file was written with an error.
A complete summary of mining on a graphics card, more details below: - ID — serial number of the card in the miner. Note that the count goes from 0. There are eight cards installed. - Device — a model of the graphics card. - Hashrate — average value of the graphics card hashrate. - Accepted — number of accepted shares from the graphics card. - Reject — rejected shares. Most often as stale — late. There is no way to get rid of them, but it is believed that the "OK value" is 1-2% of the total number of all shares. - Inv (Invalid) — the number of bad shares due to memory errors or overclocking when the card counts 2+2=5. - Powr (Power) — graphics card consumption in watts. - CTmp (Core Temperature) — core temperature, in degrees Celsius. - MTmp (Memory Temperature) — memory temperature, in degrees Celsius (if there is a sensor). - Fan — fan speed, in percentages. - CClk (Core Clock) — core frequency, in megahertz. - GMClk (Graphics Memory Clock) — memory frequency, in megahertz. - RV (Vendor) — manufacturer of the memory. Hy — Hynix, Sa — Samsung, Mic — Micron. - MUtl (Memory Utilization) — memory controller load. During mining, usually 99-100%. - Eff/watt — mining efficiency. The higher it is, the more efficient the card is mining. It is calculated by the formula: megahashes*1000\watts=efficiency.