Question below, after explaining the issue:
Due to my motherboard’s BIOS having an issue with keeping external USB drives connected, when challenges came for my plots, the USB drives would disconnect and reconnect several times.
So the GUI’s failure to properly read the plots resulted in it deeming the plots to be invalid.
chia plots check -g filename_of_plots
confirmed that the plots are valid.
However, the GUI sill lists the valid plots as invalid.
Do I need to be concerned with seeing a list of invalid plots, when they are actually all valid?
Does the GUI keep a record of what it deemed to be invalid, and will therefore not consider them for farming/harvesting, etc?
Do I need to take any corrective action?
Or will the farming and harvesting not know about the GUI’s previous false positives? In other words, is the listing of supposed invalid plots only a list for the human, and not tied in to any of the workings of the Chia process?