|0/0farm running at NaN% blade||0total kilowatts of all asics kw||0 |
th | 0% H+ | NAN eff | NaN% rej
True Hash Pool Comparison
(hash without ASICseer fee)
|0/0 asic||00average temperature of farm °C||may 25 2019 11:52:12 utc|
|VASICseer version running on asic||Blive asic blades / detected asic blades, click to get historical graph (shows active blades like [|], color coded to blade health)||asicidid of ASIC, used as hostname, hover over for more info (click on any asicid to copy to clipboard)||aailment, condition, event that affects asic, hover over for more info||loclocation of asic, works as 'worker name' if assigned||ipasic ip address, hover over to see local pool info||adminasic local administrative interfaces||pelapsed time since asic lasted pinged your stats panel (last reachable)||melapsed time since miner has started on asic (running miner)||upelapsed time since asic booted (asic uptime), click to get historical graph||nelapsed time since ASICseer last updated/installed on this asic. If "autoupdate yes", each asic determines its own daily check time||iseconds ago since network was (re)activated, useful for unplugging/replugging ethernet to order asics for "assign workers" functionality||rtx10 minute average of kbps received/sent by asic (may indicate compromise if value is very high and asic port is open)||Htotal asic hashrate||H+percentage of extra hashrate on asic||rejpercentage of asic shares rejected by pool (only shows up if miner uptime greater than 25 minutes)||effasic efficiency measured in watts per terahash (only shows up if miner uptime greater than 25 minutes)||hasheshashrate per asic blade, hover over for more detailed hashrate||coreasic blade core clocks (in ghz), hover over to see per-chip hashrates in mhz||b temptemperature of asic blades (in C), click to get historical graph||voltsasic blade volts, click to get historical graph||wattswatts used per asic over maxwatts setting, click to get historical graph||blade wattsasic blade estimated watts (rounded to even numbers), click to get historical graph||fansasic blade fan rpms (in K-rpm), click to get historical graph|
Bitmain's latest firmwares restrict your ability to SSH to your ASIC. For now, if you need to restore your ASIC to factory settings, instead of upgrading to the latest firmware, use the "Restore via IP Report Button" functionality as described on Point 3 of Bitmain's factory restore guide.
Please also contact Bitmain and kindly let them know how important it is for you to have software that does not place limits or restrictions on your ability to interact with your purchased hardware.