The procedure for text-formatting the new Kernel Log is covered in this guide.
First log in to the backend, and click “Miner Log” at the bottom left of the backend interface.
After that, enter the log and, if necessary, choose between the current log and the historical log.
In most cases, the current faulty machine is represented by the current log.
For the analysis of historical issues or unreliable miners, use the history log.
If the log is too long, you can select the beginning first, after which the scroll bar on the right pulls to the end, hold down Shift, and select the last part, or you can choose to select everything. The log must then be selected from the top down in order to select all the logs (the scroll bar on the right is to the bottom). Press CTRL+C to copy after selecting everything.
After copying, make a new text document on your desktop or in a folder and name it with the miner’s IP to help you distinguish between different logs.
Open the document once more, and then paste the text that you just copied into the new text document. Once you’ve pasted something, make sure you’ve copied everything before saving the document.
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