Node Operator
How to monitor the activity of your storage node.

Storage Node Operator Web Dashboard

If you want to access this dashboard from a device on your local network, in your docker run command, use -p 14002:14002 instead of -p
Open the following URL in your web browser:

Directly on your node:


Device on local network:

SNO Dashboard

Storage Node Dashboard Concepts

Satellites act as the mediator between clients (people up- and downloading data) and Storage Node Operators (people storing data). Satellites facilitate the storage interaction and decide which storage nodes will store which pieces.
Bandwidth Used This Month
The amount of total bandwidth you've provided to the network since the beginning of the current period.
Usage / Repair / Audit
Usage bandwidth is the bandwidth a Storage Node uses so customers can download their data, for which a Storage Node Operator is paid $20/TB.
Repair bandwidth is the bandwidth usage resulting from regenerating a bad Storage Node's deleted data that is part of the repair process, for which a Storage Node Operator sending the data to new nodes is paid $10/TB.
Audit bandwidth is the data downloaded from the Storage Node, which the Satellite uses to measure file durability and Node reputation.
Egress is the data the customer downloads from the network. Ingress is the data the network uploads to a Storage Node.
Disk Space Used This Month
The amount of total disk space used on a storage node in the current monthly period, for which a storage node is paid $1.50/TB.
Uptime Checks
Uptime checks occur to make sure a Storage Node is still online. This is the percentage of uptime checks a Storage Node has passed.
Audit Checks
Audit checks occur to make sure the data sent to a Storage Node is still held on the node and intact. This is the audit score, represented as percentage. With score less than 60% node will be disqualified.

CLI Storage Node Dashboard

Run the following command to monitor the activity of your node with the CLI dashboard:
docker exec -it storagenode /app/
What the CLI-dashboard will look like
The dashboard may not load instantly.
Give it some time to fully load. Also, it is not necessary to keep the dashboard constantly running. You can exit the dashboard with Ctrl-C and the Storage Node will continue running in the background.
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