Start and stop individual tasks, each task manager controlling multiple tasks, or all task managers at once.

To control which bots get to run, you start and stop tasks which in turn control bots. You may start or stop individual tasks, or the whole task manager controlling a group of tasks. For the time being, and until you understand what each of the bots does, you will learn how to operate task managers. That said, tasks work pretty much in the same way.

Remember, each task manager works with a certain data mineMasters or Sparta—and within a certain market in a certain exchange.

The data mining operation puts a load on your machine’s CPU. If your hardware is basic, your machine may get slow. On the other hand, if your hardware handles the default processes fine, you may want to start calculating the rest of the Sparta indicators or even other markets right away.

At this point, you are waiting for the Masters and Sparta bots to process all of Binance’s BTC/USDT market. You don’t need to stop or run any other tasks. The explanations following are meant to teach you how to control your data mining operation, but going through those steps is not required to continue with the next few in the guide.

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1. To stop a task manager, select Stop All Tasks on the menu of the corresponding task manager.

To stop all tasks on a task manager, click Stop All Tasks on the menu.

2. To start a task manager, select Run All Tasks on the menu.

To start all tasks on a task manager, click Run All Tasks on the menu.

3. To start or stop all task managers of a specific exchange, select the corresponding button on the exchange tasks node menu.

4. To start or stop all task managers in all exchanges, select the corresponding button on the data mining node menu.