BTFS2.0 Dashboard is a tool created by the BTFS team to view the current node status and data. It is divided into six modules: DASHBOARD、CHEQUES、ONLINE PROOF、PEERS、FILES、SETTINGS.
The way to open it: After the node is successfully run, go through localhost:5001/dashboard to view this page.
BTFS team provides official dashboard frontend(local node only): https://dashboard.btfs.io/
Through the DASHBOARD, you can learn the basic information of the nodes and the details of their operation, including node status, connection status, score and score-related information, BTTC ADDRESS and VAULT ADDRESS, etc. You can visualize the revenue of the nodes and perform deposit/withdraw operations on the VAULT ADDRESS.
Through the cheque module, miners can view the current node's cheque income and cheque expenses, and perform withdrawal operations on the received cheques. The withdrawn wbtt will be received by the node's VAULT ADDRESS.
The node proves the online status of this node by sending transactions to the online proof contract periodically.
This module shows the address of the online proof contract and the details of the transactions , and counts the GAS fees consumed by these transactions.
Heartbeat nonce, used to prove that the node is always online. Once an hour It increases 24 times a day normally, 1, 2, 3, ...... in that order.
The peers module allows you to view information about other nodes with which the current node has established a P2P connection to, including the location of the peers to which it is connected, the peer ID, etc. Miners can also add links manually by entering the address of the node to be linked (E.G./ip4/188.8.131.52/tcp/4001/p2p/QmbBHw1Xx9pUpAbrVZUKTPL5R).
The file module allows miners to view the current node's storage space, including all storage space and stored space, and the number of file blocks. By clicking the "Import" button, files or folders can be imported to the local BTFS node. The miner can manage the imported files in the local node.
Miners can set up the module, advanced configure the API port (default is http://localhost:5001), and export private keys with one click.
Updated about 1 month ago