Logs & Progress

Track running sessions and activity on wallets.

In the Logs & Progress section, you can review the logs and history of wallet activities, see exactly where and at what time a transaction was made, and check for any errors. Additionally, you can find the hashes of your transactions, pause wallets, or resume their operation.

  • After you launch a session with the chosen parameters in the Setup and Launch section, you will be automatically redirected to the Logs & Progress page, where you can see all actions performed and currently being performed by the software for each specific wallet.

  • The All section gathers all logs for all wallets in one place.

  • Clicking on Tx Link (Click) will allow you to view this transaction in the explorer.

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

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

  • In the same section, you can increase or decrease the allowable Gwei ceiling for a specific session in the Max Gas Pricefield.

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

If the Combine application closes or your PC shuts down during a session, the software will automatically pause the wallets with a status of Terminated. After reopening the application, you can click Resume All, and the software will continue from where it stopped, generating new delays between wallets.

  • If you click Resume on each wallet individually, the delays will not be preserved, and all wallets you resumed will start working at the exact moment you clicked Resume.

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

  • If you see an Error message in the Status field, you can check the logs to find out the reason why the software was interrupted. If the error was due to insufficient balance or another reason that depends on you, you can fix the error and then click Resume. The software will continue the session from the point where the error occurred for that wallet.

  • If the Status field says Stopped, it means that the wallet is paused. To continue the software's operation from where it was stopped, click the Resume button.

  • If the Status field says Terminated, it is essentially the same as the Stopped status. This status is given to wallets that were forcibly paused by completely closing the Combine application. To continue the software's operation from where the application was closed, click the Resume button.

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