How to understand the messages in the Rigel window? Share statistics, mining status, and working parameters.
What can you see in the miner window?
Miner's version and operating system.
Consider the algorithm running for mining, the version of the graphics card driver, and whether the watchdog is enabled.
Uptime refers to the amount of time the miner has been continuously operating since the start of work.
A graphic summary of data on the pool to which the miner is connected: - Algorithm — the algorithm being mined. - Latency — share processing latency, i.e., the time during which the share was confirmed by the pool. - Diff — the difficulty level of the blocks on the pool (set by the pool). - SSL — whether a secure encrypted connection is enabled (yes or no). - Pool — the address and port of the pool to connect to. - Username — the username, wallet address, or email used for mining. - Worker — the name of the worker.
This section contains a graphic summary of data on the mining process and the state of the graphics card. The following information is included: - nexapow — the algorithm being mined. - # PCI-E Name — the serial number, ID, PCIE number, model, and memory size of the graphics card. - Hashrate — the current hashrate of the graphics card. - Pool — the hashrate on the pool. - Acc / Rej / Inv — statistics of shares processed by the graphics card. Aсс — indicates successfully accepted shares, Rej — indicates late rejected shares, and Inv — indicates damaged or incorrect shares. It is generally accepted that a rejection rate of 1-2% is normal. - 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. - Power — power consumption of the graphics card in watts. - T(core) — core temperature in degrees Celsius. - T(mem) — memory temperature in degrees Celsius. - Fan — fan speed in percent. If the driver does not share fan speed data, it will be listed as n/a. - Core — core frequency in megahertz. - Memory — memory frequency in megahertz.
GPU Driver version.
The serial number, ID, PCIE number, model, and memory size of the graphics card.
Pool connection settings include the algorithm being mined, the miner developer fee for the current algorithm, the pool address, port, wallet address, worker name, and password (if required).
Data for connecting to the web API interface.
Notification of successful pool connection.
The driver's kernel version used to work with the graphics card.
The block number mined by the pool and the pool's set difficulty level for mining blocks.
The miner reports that the calculation table has been successfully formed in the memory of the graphics card.
The miner reports that the share has been accepted. They report the address of the pool where the share was found and the time when the share was confirmed on the pool.
- 16. The miner repeats the information on the mining process and the state of the video card from the graphic table in point 5.