So I let it plot for a while, and I was also running a GPU miner. I shut off the GPU miner and the nonces per second increase by more than 10%, so I let it like that for a while, like 15-20 minutes. But when I came back, my computer took a while to come out of sleep and I had to re-loggin. Soon after I logged in again, the plotter quit even though it was at only 62%. There’s no way it had gotten to 100% in that time, what happened? Do I need to re-do the plot?
if u used XPlotter - u can continue plotting, just need to edit batch file
Thank you. I think I understand. Will try it when my current plot goes through. Is there a quick way to check if this happened with my other plots, or should I just go through and do “XPlotter_avx.exe -id 11234567890123456789 -sn 200000000 -n 19075840 -t 6 -path G:Burst\plots -mem 12G” equivalent with all the plots to check them?
Apologies for the slow response. I figured it would be more efficient to finish plotting before I went back and resumed plotting other files. I’m running into the problem where the program is creating a new plotfile rather than continuing the ones already made. So for instance if I put
XPlotter_avx.exe -id 5613429388386347648 -sn 0 -n 40960 -t 7 -path F:Burst Plotfiles -mem 9G
It creates a new file “burst5613429388386347648_0_40960_40960” instead of opening + resuming “5613429388386347648_0_40960_40960.”
I’m at a loss as to what to do, and I didn’t see this problem come up when I looked around for it.