(my question is near the end)
Chia plotting completes the 100GB file with a .tmp extension.
It then copies the file to its final destination, and maintains the .tmp extension.
Upon a successful copying to the final destination, Chia renames the .tmp file to a .plot file, and the source .tmp file gets deleted. That ends the process, completely.
I am seeking a way to tell Chia to not copy the file, and to simply rename it to .plot in its current location.
Even if the temp directory is the same as the destination directory (both on the same mount point), Chia still copies the .tmp file.
Is there a way to tell Chia to do a simple rename and avoid the copying?
I understand the perils of running out of tmp plotting space. My question is based on occasionally wanting the plotting process to end, without waiting minutes for the copying to end, and I will manually transfer the completed plot at my convenience.