Manual setting of multiple drives on same computer
Manual setting of stagger
If you could help me i would be very grateful
I have plotted multiple 8 tb drives over multiple computers
The problem I am having is when connecting multiple drives in a single computer
I set the starting nonce as the stagger size from last plot plus 1
When i do this i got loads of non confirmed downloads as if the plots are corrupted
If i run a single drive starting from 0-300000000 across multiple plots i dont have a problem
can someone please inform me the manual way of setting this correctly over multiple drives
Being fairly new to this but also having spent most of the day reading up on this stuff as far as I can gather I believe if you were to do a second plot on the same computer you start plot 2 from just after where plot 1 ended so if plot 1 was 0-300000000 like you said then you start the next one at 300000001 or IMO to be safe have a starting nonce at like 300100000
My two cents
@burstminergrow To make it contigous plots: next starting noce = last starting nonce + number of nonces.
Or you can just do them from incremental starting points. eg o then 50,000,000 then 100,000,000, then 150,000,0000 etc jumping each starting nonce 50 Million at a time. Plots don't need to be contiguous, it the number of nonces that's import, not that be sequential.
guys thank you so much for your help
i found out what was causing my problem
having watched videos on the web
i was using stagger sizes of whole numbers like 20000
researching more i needed to use stagger sizes in multiples of 8 like 20480
now i'm running 3 hard drives on one machine
i dont get bullshit errors about overlaps and loads of non confirmed
it took me a while to figure this out and i see myself as tech savvy
i guess not lol
i might spend a bit of time this weekend trying to write an idiots guide to burst mining
@burstminergrow There is a learning curve to Burst, in time it will all make sense.