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In this comprehensive guide, we provide you with essential information about the parameters of the miner log, how to check the miner status, and other crucial details to make your AvalonMiner experience seamless. This miner log technical documentation is specifically designed for A10, A11, and A12 mining machines.

  1. Understanding the Miner Log Parameters
    To ensure the efficient operation of your Bitcoin mining machine, you need to understand the key components within the miner log. Here’s a breakdown of essential fields and their meanings:
  • When MM board power-on time: The time the mining machine was powered on
  • Elapsed: Total running time of the miner after starting (in seconds)
  • Total HASH board running time: Total time the HASH board has been running
  • Ver: Version number of miner firmware
  • DNA: The unique miner ID
  • MEMFREE: The remaining memory
  • NETFAIL: Time to disconnect from the mining pool and time to resume the connection
  • SYSTEMSTATUS: Current status of the system, including the working status and the number of hash boards in operation
  • BOOTBY: Last system restart reason
  • LW: Local work, the number of works sent by the MM board to the chip
  • MH: How many errors occur on each hash board
  • HW: Hardware error
  • PS: Power supply status
  • PLL: The number of cores at each frequency
  • PLLCNT: The distribution of every chip core at each frequency point
  • GHSspd: New theoretical hashrate value
  • GHSmm: Theoretical hashrate, in GH/s
  • DH: Average error rate
  • Temp: Ambient temperature
  • TMax: Maximum chip temperature
  • Tavg: Average chip temperature
  • Fan1 and Fan2: Fan 1 and Fan 2 rotating speed
  • FanR: Fan rotating percentage
  • Vo: Average chip voltage
  • GHSavg: Average hashrate in 1 hour
  • WU: Effective work submitted every minute
  • Freq: Equivalent frequency
  • Led: White LED status
  • MGHS: The hashrate of a single hash board, in GH/s
  • MTmax: Maximum chip temperature in a single hash board
  • MTavg: Average chip temperature in a single hash board
  • TA: ASIC chip numbers
  • PING: The total time from submission to mining pool reception, in milliseconds
  • ECHU: Error code
  • ECMM: Control board status
  • SF0 and SF1: Frequency configuration state of the hash boards
  • PVT_T0, PVT_T1, PVT_V0, and PVT_V1: Temperature and voltage lists of all chips of hash boards
  • MW and MW0: The calculated NONCE value
  • CRC: Number of communication errors
  • SoftOFF: Soft-off marker
  • ATAOPTS0, ATAOPTS1, and ATABD: Low and high power mode parameters and frequency
  • WORKMODE: Mode parameters
  • MPO: Target power consumption
  • MVL: Voltage limit
  • ADJ: Aging status
  • POWS: Power supply status parameter
  • HASHS: HASH board parameters
  • POOLS: Connection pool network
  1. Identifying the Restart Reason
    To find the reason for a miner restart, search for the BOOTBY code in the log. The BOOTBY code determines the specific reason, such as hard reboot, overheating, network problems, API reboot, etc.

This guide, based on the AvalonMiner Post-sales technical documentation QS-AMS-001(A/0), aims to simplify your understanding of the miner log parameters, system status, and miner restart reasons. By referring to this guide, you can effectively track and maintain the performance of your AvalonMiner mining machine to ensure seamless Bitcoin mining operations.