How To Fix Overlapping Plot
I have 2, 5 tb drives full of plots but I just realized that the last plot on the first drive and first plot from the 2nd drive will overlap. I try to open the files to try to correct it but the file is too big to open in notepad or wordpad. What can I use to edit the overlap?
tpriyan last edited by
as far as i know you have to delete one of the overlapping plot file and replot without overlapping nonces
Try this one: https://forums.burst-team.us/topic/348/plotschecker
@luxe I tried using the plotschecker, but it seemed to only check the first plot when I ran the program, unless I set it up wrong I did c:\plotschecker f:\plots g:\plots, is there a different way to set it up for 2 plots?
Not sure, did not use it yet, as i have my plots setup before it was released. Maybe @Blago may help !?
You may also post your plotfile names here, so we can help you what the overlapping is.
I haven't seen any errors in jminer about the overlapping, but I noticed right as my plots were finishing up on my 2 hd's that I set it up
instead of starting the 2nd plot at 19005441 I started it at 19005440 where the first plot ended
FrilledShark last edited by
That is fine, because the first plot is starting at 0 and going 19005440 nonces ahead. 0, 1, 2 ,3... and it ends at 19005439 (because 0 is also a nonce). This means the next one is able to start at 19005440.
You do not have a overlapping ... everything is fine.
f: from 0 to 19005439 g: from 19005440 to 38010879
Oh awesome, thanks for the info guys. Thought I messed it up.