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Earn 9.5% APY staking with Solana Compass

Help decentralize and secure the Solana network delegating your stake to us and earn an impressive 9.5% APY yield on your SOL, while supporting us to create new guides and tools.

Learn more

Solana Performance Statistics: Live TPS, Compute + Fee Tracker

Compute Performance

Compute Units Per Second

While Transactions Per Second (TPS) has become a popular metric to measure Solana's performance, it doesn't tell the whole story.

Low TPS may mean the network is underperforming - or it simply may be a quiet time. Conversely it may be that the types of transaction - and the programs they invoke - are more demanding than average.

Looking at Compute Units helps us see how hard the validators are working, not just how fast. It also excludes votes by default - all recorded compute units come from user activity on Solana.

Success vs Failed Compute Units Per Second

Another way to look at Compute Units is to understand how much compute power was used by validators to process failed vs successful transactions.

Transaction Performance

Raw Transactions Per Second

Transactions per second is a measure of the raw throughput of the Solana network. It is helpful to see the health of the cluster as a whole, but doesn't tell the whole picture.

On the one hand, TPS is generally much lower than Solana's theoretical maximum, as the number of transactions submitted each second varies based on how busy the network is. On the other, the raw TPS figure is inflated by validator's own vote transactions, hence the other metrics we have included here

Votes vs Non Votes

Use this chart to see the breakdown of votes vs all other transactions on the Solana network

Success Rate

This is the percentage of transactions that succeeded for each minute in the last hour. Transactions can fail for many reasons, for example due to insufficient funds, excess slippage on swaps or other user errors.

Non Vote Transactions Per Second

Forget the validators - just how many transactions is Solana processing per second, outside of votes? This metric lets you see at a glance how many transactions Solana's end users are using.

Vote Transactions Per Second

How many votes are being processed by the Solana network per second? Since every validator votes on every slot, this figure should scale with greater number of validators and lower block times.

Blocks Per Second

How many blocks are being processed by the Solana network per second? The expected time for each block to be processed is 400ms. At times of high congestion this can rise considerably. Your staking rewards are directly affected by block times: the shorter the duration, the higher the APY you receive on your stake.

Block Time

How long does it take for a block to be processed by the Solana network? The expected time for each block to be processed is 400ms. At times of high congestion this can rise considerably. Your staking rewards are directly affected by block times: the shorter the duration, the higher the APY you receive on your stake.

Fees

Epoch Performance Data

Want to see how today's performance compares to previous epochs? All figures are shown as an average per slot for that epoch.