Current tool locations (may change):
Monitor collects data about all miners by fetching public blockchain data.
So miners state will be always a little delayed. You can check tool status on top of app.
Crawler sync describes how many blocks are waiting for processing in tool.
Some less important informations about accounts are updated in 12h intervals.
Manually add each miner
On Miners panel click “Add miner” and put your controller account address. Optionally specify name (if you want to distinct many miners)
Find miners via common payout target
If you have multiple controller accounts which has the same payout target (common technique) you can add payout target account and next use “Find miners” option
miner score - also available via chain state request
first tag is miner state (Empty / MiningPending / Mining etc.) accessible via
Second line tags are set by miner performance.
- Online / Offline - miner is online if submit transaction (extrinsic) in last 4h
- Rewarding / Not rewarding - miner is rewarding if got reward in last 4h
Third line describes device stats - details in device stats section.
If you don’t stake full amount by yourself you probably want to tempt others to stake on your device. This is reward commission also available via
Miner stake - check
Miner PHA balance
Total fire mined via each miner
Last extrinsics executed via miner. If not executed successfully it will be marked red.
Last rewards received by miner with information of type “Online” / “Compute” reward
Besides public data monitoring you can also monitor device state like:
CPU temp, Stack status (node / pruntime / phost containers)
However this had to be somehow secured. Otherwise anyone could submit updates of any device state.
For that reason I added verifying of payout target ownership.
You need to sign message - it is costless, simple and secure (as long as you know what doing), common action.
You need polkadot.js extension with payout target account managed by it.
After connecting with extension you will be able to select payout target account and specify password (secret key) for it.
Provided password will be stored (in hashed form) in crawlers database.
When you want to update device state you need to provide that password.
Here is device stats collector script
In top lines you need to specify 2 things: controller address and password given previously.
Add running of this script (PHP required) to CRON and it will submit CPU and docker containers state to monitor tool.
You will be able to monitor it like below:
Note: device state will be publicly visible to anyone who enter your public address. But those informations are not confidential (at least not confidential a lot).
Still I suggest to do that only to people who know what they are doing ;)
As you may notice tools also provides some basic stats visualized with graphs
If you have any suggestions what should be nice to include in this tool - feel free to comment below. Any useful features will be implemented depending on the possibilities.