Resuming a Plot in XPlotter (CPU Plotter)
**Note: This should work in SPlotter as well.
If your computer has crashed or frozen up, do not worry. If you were plotting using a CPU you can pick up right where you left off.
Every drive that is plotted to using Burst Client generates a folder structure with useful settings and tools in them that looks like this:
–Your plot Files Here
- Navigate to this folder on the drive that you were in the process of plotting to.
- Example: E:\Burst\
- Right click the “RunThisAsAdmin.bat” file and click Edit. This will open it in Notepad.
- You will be presented with the code the Plotting program uses. All you need to do is replace the values to match the plot that stopped.
- XPlotter_avx.exe -id NumericAccountIDHere -sn PlotStartNonceNumberHere -n TotalNocncesHere -t 6 -path E:\plots -mem 6G
- You can obtain these values from the plot file name itself.
- Example: 11584819963313763522_510000000_2860160_2860160
- After “-id” paste in your personal numeric account ID.
- After “-sn” paste in the starting nonce of the plot.
- After “-n” paste in the total number of nonces in the plot.
- Using the example above you will get: XPlotter_avx.exe -id 11584819963313763522 -sn 510000000 -n 2860160 -t 6 -path E:\plots -mem 6G
- “-t” is the number of CPU threads to use. We recommend total threads -1.
- “-mem” is the amount of RAM to use. Set according to your available system memory.
- Save the file.
- Right-click the file and click “Run as Administrator“
**Note: If you use the example settings instead of your own personal settings, you will get errors or end up mining for me and not yourself.