minerstat mining tutorial #3: Alerts and triggers

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Jul 18, 2018 · 6 min read
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Alerts

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What else you need to know about the alerts?

Events displayed in worker’s stats and diagnostics are not connected to the alerts. While we monitor your workers for custom alerts every minute, the diagnostics only show historical data based on 10-minutes (or 30-minutes if you are a free user) statistics data. If your worker goes offline for 4 minutes and comes back after 2 minutes and this all happens between a 10-minute checking period, historical data won’t detect this event, but the alerting system will and will notify you about it.

Triggers

The second, more advanced feature connected to different events, are triggers, which help you with automatic actions when one or more events are detected.

Events

You can select between 8 events with different settings.

Actions

The actions that can be triggered by events are the following.

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Groups

Triggers can be set for all workers or only to individual groups so you can apply some triggers to msOS rigs and others to Windows rigs or ASICs.

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