- Added Support for Python 3.10
- Performance improvements in harvesters during plot refresh. Large farmers likely no longer need to specify a very high plot refresh interval in config.yaml
- Added CLI only .rpm and .deb packages to official release channels
- Fixed an issue where some coins would be missing after a full sync
- Enabled paginated plot loading and improved plot state reporting
- Updated the farming GUI tab to fix several bugs
- Fix infinite loop with timelord closing
- Simplified install.sh ubuntu version tracking
- Fixed memory leak on the farm page
- Fixed list of plot files “in progress”
- Various farmer rpc improvements
- Improvements to the harvester get_plots RPC
There is a known issue where harvesters will not reconnect to the farmer automatically unless you restart the harvester. This bug was introduced in 1.3.4 and we plan to patch it in a coming release.
I highly recommend updating if you’re on 1.3.4 or an earlier version of 1.3. The main branch has been running stable for me for over 2 weeks, and already updated to 1.3.5 yesterday without issue. Luckily, I haven’t run across the problem with harvesters not reconnecting.
I also installed the 1.3.5 yesterday on 2nodes and 4 harvesters no problem so far. I like how in the plots tab now it shows the local harvester and the remote harvester along with the plot count. I’m also testing 1.3.6121.0 beta’s on two machines 1 farmer and 1 harvester.
Didn’t see any material improvement in farm startup time on my farm with 19470 plots. I use default settings for the plot refresh. It still takes some 10 minutes to scan all the plots.
Notably, if you installed chia software 1.3.4 using
apt-get as described in the instructions:
sudo apt-get install chia-blockchain-cli
… the Ubuntu GUI automatically detects new version of Chia software and suggests to install it using the software updater. It went smooth for me.
Alternatively, through CLI:
sudo apt-get upgrade chia-blockchain-cli