Swar’s Chia Plot Manager
I’ve noticed some interest in getting a Plot Manager for Windows. This project spurred from my own needs and then advanced to where it’s at now because of repeated interest from people. I ended up with about 45 people with access to the beta of which anywhere between 20-40 people were actively using it.
The basis for this manager is to make a simple, easy-to-use, and reliable plot manager that will just churn out plots. I have a bunch of features on it, but here’s a small summary.
- Stagger your plots so that your computer resources can avoid high peaks.
- Allow for a list of destination directories.
- Utilize temporary space to its maximum potential by starting a new plot early.
- Run a maximum number of plots concurrently to avoid bottlenecks or limit resource hogging.
- More in-depth active plot screen.
Here is a link to how the view ends up looking as it’s churning through plots:
A huge feature is that it will detect all running chia plot creations so that it will adhere to your constraints. I’ve had users start using this plot manager while their GUI was finishing and it ran without any hurdles because there is a maximum number of global plots you can have running at once. It should be all documented, if it’s not I can definitely add it in.
I would love to get feedback from people as well! Hopefully this is able to help some people. Happy plotting!