Logs & Progress

Track running sessions and activity on wallets.

In the Logs & Progress section, you can view logs and transaction histories of wallets, pinpointing exactly when transactions were made and familiarizing yourself with any errors that occurred. This section also allows you to find transaction hashes, pause wallets, or resume their operation.

  • Once you initiate a session with selected parameters in the Setup and Launch section, you will be automatically redirected to the Logs & Progress page. Here, you can monitor all actions performed by the software on specific wallets, both past and ongoing;

  • The All section gathers all logs from all wallets into a single location for comprehensive monitoring and analysis.

  • By clicking on Tx Link (Click), you will be able to view that transaction on the explorer.

  • In the Wallets section, you can view logs individually for each wallet by clicking on the Show logs button next to it.

  • In the Sessions section, you can view logs for specific wallets that were launched in a single session. You can switch between sessions using buttons with dates and times. Here, you can also view logs for individual wallets within each session.

  • In the same section, you can adjust the maximum gas price limit (in Gwei) for a specific session.

If you want to pause sessions, click Stop All. To resume wallet operations, click Resume All, and the software will continue from where it left off, generating new delays between wallets.

If Combine closes during a session or your PC shuts down, the software will automatically pause wallets with a Terminated status. When you reopen the application, clicking Resume All will continue operations from where they were paused, with new delays generated between wallets.

To start or stop a specific wallet, click on Resume or Stop in the row corresponding to that wallet.

If you click Resume on each wallet individually, the delays won't be preserved. All wallets you resume will begin operating exactly at the moment you click Resume.

  • After successfully completing all actions, you will see a green Success message in the Status field.

  • If you encounter an Error in the Status field, you can review the logs to understand the reason why the software operation was interrupted. If the error was due to insufficient balance or another issue within your control, you can resolve the error. After resolving the issue, you can click on the Resume button, and the software will continue the session from the point where the error occurred for that specific wallet.

  • If the Status field shows Stopped, it means that the wallet has been paused. To resume the software from where it was stopped, click on the Resume button.

  • If the Status field shows Terminated, it essentially means the same as Stopped, but this status is assigned to wallets that were forcibly paused due to the complete closure of the Combine application. To resume the software from where it was terminated, click on the Resume button.

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