Description of messages in the TeamRedMiner window
How to understand the messages in the TeamRedMiner window? Share statistics, mining status, and working parameters.
What can you see in the miner window?
Process of detecting graphics cards in the system.
The miner has detected that the graphics card has compute mode enabled.
The miner supports automatic tuning and reports that the tuning has started. It will do it automatically and optimize the card consumption and its hash rate.
The miner informs that it has selected the optimal power consumption plan for the graphics card.
Starts the built-in watchdog.
The list of commands for quick configuration of the miner. They can be executed by pressing the appropriate key on the keyboard: h — help, s — stats, e — enable GPU, d — disable GPU, and q (quit) — stop and close the miner.
Successful initialization of the graphics card, its serial number, model range (Polaris — RX 400\500 graphics cards), number of CU (computing unit), and serial number of PCIe in the system.
Information about the connection to the pool, its address, port, IP address, and the message about successful connection.
Message about the complexity of the share (set by the pool), the current epoch of the DAG file, the coin being mined, in this case, etchash.
The message that the miner has connected to the developer's pool to mine the developer's commission.
A message that the cache for the DAG file has been successfully downloaded.
A message about the size of the DAG file, the process of writing to the VRAM, and the time it took to write it.
The miner gets work from the pool.
The pool successfully accepts the share. In brackets, graphics card number GPU0, the number of accepted and rejected shares a:1 accepted r:0 rejected. It is impossible to get rid of rejected shares completely, but it is accepted that the "OK value" is 1-2% of the total number of all shares. Share processing time in milliseconds 80 ms. The complexity of a particular share diff 2.09 GH (difficulty)
The number of graphics cards that mine on the current algorithm.
Graphics card status data: - GPU — serial number of the card in the miner. Note that the count goes from 0. - PCIe — PCIe number in the system. - CU (computing unit) — number of computing units. - CoreMHz — Core frequency, in megahertz. - SoCMHz (System-on-a-Chip) — Single-chip circuit frequency, in megahertz. Not shown for RX 400\500 cards. - TEdge — enclosure temperature, degrees Celsius. - TJct (junction) — temperature of the card's silicon chip, degrees Celsius. - TMem (memory) — temperature of memory, degrees Celsius. If there is no sensor — the miner takes the maximum temperature. - FanRpm (percent) — fan speed in percent. - FanRpm (Rotations Per Minute) — fan speed in revolutions per minute. - VDDC — Core voltage, in millivolts. - Power — graphics card power consumption in watts. AMD cards cannot show whole card consumption but only core consumption, so you can safely add +30 watts to know the total card consumption. - ETH Cfg — mining intensity configuration code, which the miner picked up for the graphics card in automatic mode.
Uptime — the time the miner has worked without stopping.
Information on the current graphics card hashrate, total farm hashrate, average hashrate, and pool hashrate. The hashrate on the pool is usually consistently lower because the pool does not look at the hashrate but calculates the hashrate relative to successfully accepted shares. Therefore, rejected, stale, and incorrect — are not counted and not paid. Also, the number of accepted and rejected shares a:6 accepted r:0 rejected, hw:0 (hardware error) number of bad shares due to memory mistakes or overclocking, when the graphics card counts 2+2=5.
The same information, but solely by hash rate on the pool.