Hello,

I would like to understand the web dashboard displaying me 273.19GB*h while i have only 9.3GB used on disk and 15,1GB bandwidth consummed.

Is here a mismatch ?

Thanks.

Hello,

I would like to understand the web dashboard displaying me 273.19GB*h while i have only 9.3GB used on disk and 15,1GB bandwidth consummed.

Is here a mismatch ?

Thanks.

Nope, all is OK. 273 GB*h is your gigabytes on disk * time it on the disk.
If you have 1GB on disk 1 day you will have 24 GB*h as it was 1GB for 24 howers on disk.

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Ok Thank you Vadim perfect !!!

This seems to be another useless GUI graph. Or is there any underlying payout formula that takes that into consideration?

fot every TB*Month you get 1,5$

Every TB per month, TBh/720h is paid $1.5

I was wondering what the exact calculation was, because not all months have exactly 720h. In my calculator I assumed it’s still calculated per month, so a slightly different payout per hour in different months. But I’d like to get it exactly right if that’s not how it’s calculated.

But now I have to ask about that, too.

That means, if it says 1TB*h instead of 273GB*h, then $1.50 is paid out? Or 1TB*h multiplied by 270 hours - so 270TB*h?

Greetings.

It’s like `kW*h`

.

`TB*h`

divided by 24*30 will give you the amount of space used for the month. The resulting amount is multiplied by `$1.5`

to get the amount earned per month.

If stored for less than a month, you should use the amount of time in hours that your node was online instead of `24*30`

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