Fixing one problem brought about a different problem:
Due to a blue screen of death, brought about by a bad USB drive, then upon rebooting, Chia complained about the config.yaml file. I knew that nothing was wrong with the file. I have backup copies from previous versions (I make a copy before any changes are made to the file), and still Chia complained about the file (even earlier copies of the file that I put back).
So I upgraded Chia from 1.2.3 to 1.2.5. That fixed the above problem, but introduced a new problem.
Now, not all of my plots are recognized. It is falling short by 830.
I checked 1 plot, on every drive, via:
chia plots check -g name_of.plot
Every plot that I checked, from every one of my drives, all showed a valid plot.
Yet, 830 of my plots are not showing up in the graphical application nor via “chia farm summary”.
I also noticed that this latest Chia version (1.2.5) populates in chunks. It starts off with 30 plots, and builds from there. But it seems to stall before reaching my total plot count.
I am going to run:
chia plots check
so that 100% of my plots will get checked. But that is going to take a long time to complete.
I just hope that the program will list any issues, at the end of its checking. I do not want to have to scroll up, forever, looking over every single plot.
Anyone else having this “some plots are not registering” issue?
Anyone know how to resolve this?