The easiest way using qbundle is to import all created plots inside the list box under Tools-Plotter.
While choosing the amount of nonces to be created the start nonce will be calculated automatically :-)
@flippycakes awesome thank you so much!
When you want to plot on a network ressource like your network attached storage (NAS) you can't
use the inbuild plotter from the aio wallet. Your first idea ist to plot everything on a local drive and move the files to your external storage but you don't have enough space locally and you don't want to create all the chunks by your own.
Related to the Error 'setfilevaliddata-error-code-87' and my topic here.
I came up with this piece of code as .bat file.
@setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion @setlocal @cd /d %~dp0 set /a start = 0 set /a chunk = 126379 for /l %%x in (1, 1, A) do ( XPlotter_avx.exe -id B -sn !start! -n %chunk% -t C -path c:\plot -mem DG move c:\plot\*.* y:\files @set /a start = !start! + %chunk% echo !start! ) @pause
Let me explain the variables I used and you have to take care of:
You have a 1TB disk in the network and you have to check first how much bytes are available. In my case this number is: 999.982.993.408 Bytes.
With this knowledge take a look at this Google spreadsheets.
The green cells are the ones you have to focus on. You should see the amount of free space under the cell named 'TotalUsable'. In this example I have localy around 100GB free space so I put the amount of 'ShunkMax' to it. Now you have to check the row id where the 'BytesLeft' are negativ.
The variable is the ID-2. In this case the ID is 10. To achieve the most usage of your disk space make sure the row one above the nagative one is very low. You can play around with the 'ShunkMax' variable.
Last but not least take the value under 'Stepwide in nonces' as chunk in the .bat script and change the paths c:\plot and y:\files to your needs.
Run it as admin and keep cool while it plots and moves everything for you.
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@nixxda your welcome - i would like to include to get the disksize automatically and so on but this was the fastest and easiest way :D
it's a bit for advanced users because you need to know that first first line in the excel sheet with negatives values can't be used. the id of that row -1 defines the integer of the for in the .bat script.
This means you should choose your chunksize in this way, that there is nearly nothing at the end ;)
& of course you have to set your cores; ram according to your system specs. I will post one more picture after it went completly well.
I build this little spreadsheet to calculate the plot intervals you need them to know the amount of run's of the for loop. Then just running this in .bat as admin. In this example I plot 33 times around 30GB chunks and move one after the other to thee network storage. The start variable is just interesting when you want to append something to your old plots.
@setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion @setlocal @cd /d %~dp0 set /a start = 0 set /a chunk = 114440 for /l %%x in (1, 1, 33) do ( XPlotter_avx.exe -id YOUR_ID_HERE -sn !start! -n %chunk% -t 5 -path c:\plot -mem 20G move c:\plot\*.* z:\files set /a start = !start! + %chunk% ) @pause