If a miner has chosen a logged-in mining scheme, it’s only available to view hashrate graphs, miner status, and payout records, and so on, after login.
- Viewing hashrate graph
At the top of the navigation bar, miners can click the “Home” to view their current accounts’ status of hashrate, revenue, etc. It is as shown in the picture below.
- Viewing miner status
At the top of the navigation bar, miners can click the “Workers” to view the miner status of the current account which has been selected. It is as shown in the picture below.
All: all miners that have been added to the account.
Online: miners that are mining at the moment.
Offline: the miner that has stopped submitting shares to the pool for more than 10 minutes.
Dead: the miner that has stopped submitting shares to the pool for more than 24 hours. The records of a “Dead” miner will be kept for 180 days.
Remove Worker: If you want to remove the “Offline” or “Dead” miner, you will need to choose the miner and click the “Remove Worker” showing up. If you remove an online worker, the worker will not show up which is a problem, so, please be cautious when operating on this.
Group/Move Worker: For ease of viewing miner status, you can group up your workers in terms of different network segments or shelves. After you have clicked “New Group” and created a new group, you will need to choose and move the miners to the new group.
15 minutes hashrate: the average hashrate of 15 minutes back from the time you view. 15 average hashrate is considered as volatile, we suggest miners refer to the 24 hours average hashrate when miners evaluate the performance of a miner.
24 hours hashrate: the average hashrate of 24 hours back from the moment you view.
Export: Miners can export the CSV file of miner hashrate records in terms of their requirements. The information that is included in the file is shown in the picture below.
In the anonymous mining scheme, miners need to use their wallet address to configure the miner to mine, and it is only available to check mining data by searching the wallet address through the 🔍 which is located at the top right corner of The F2Pool home page.
- Checking hashrate graph
Follow the steps shown below. Firstly, click the icon “🔍” which is at the top right corner of the F2Pool homepage. Secondly, enter your wallet address and select the coin. Thirdly, click the “GO” to enter the mining details page.
Miners can check the hashrate graph and so on.
- Viewing miner status
As shown in the above image, the “Workers” page shows the list of miners and the mining status of all miners. It’s available to view the specific miner’s mining status and hashrate graph.
In addition, for pools (BCH, ZEC, ZEN, ETH, RVN,ETC) that support both logged-in and anonymous mining, the two mining schemes are running under two different systems, there are no connections and it is not possible to sync or transfer assets between them. Miners need to check the miner information through the right account which is under the right mining scheme, otherwise, they can not see the relevant information.