I’m farming 1000 plots and got no coins won yet. XCH make sense as my estimated time to win is 2 months. The thing is that I started farming Flax and Spare a week ago in which my estimated time is 2-3 days in Flax and a day in Spare and no winnings for a week now.
I’m monitoring my time to verify and it looks OK to me, of course I’m passing filters on the 3 of them but no winning.
I used to plot on the farmer using swar manager. I now stopped it but anyway the CPU was not loaded, rarely passing the 50% at peaks. I have NAS connected with ethernet cable to the farmer and another DAS connected with USB.
I have like 600 Plots and 36 Spare so far (stopped a few days ago though),
It maybe that you might have not configured port forwarding correctly. Do you have Port 8444 (for chia) fowarded? If so, you can send me your public IP in a DM and I can check if 8444 is forwarded correctly.
That are interesting cases mentioned here. I just cultivated 165 plots and have to wait for around 1 year on avergage.
In order not to completely rely on ‘everything should be ok’, is there a way one can ensure that everything is properly configured for actually winning a challenge? Due to this spamming bug filling my debog.log at high frequency I cannot even tell if the lookup time is somehow too long. @diver, do you see any messages in your .chia\mainnet\log\debug.log file?
My average time to check plot qualities is 1.77 seconds so I don’t think the problem is over there, you can see in my first message the heat map which is generally green. I’m curious how nobody mentions network and porting requirements and trouble shooting. My farmer is connected using fast wifi adapter and I’m connected with 1gb fiber connection to the internet. I can watch 4k videos on YouTube easily but I’m still not sure the port forwarding is working correctly. My debug.log doesn’t show anything special except for 7 bad plots which I removed.
Can I look for network problems ib the debug file as well?