XWhat is Swarm?

Swarm is a module that essentially allows multiple instances of Meteor to be controlled by one instance. This allows large tasks to be completed quickly and efficiently by utilising many features of Baritone.

XSetting up a host server

To set up a Swarm Host, first open the Swarm module settings from Meteor’s GUI and select “Host” under the mode setting (you must be in a world/server or this won’t work).
You can optionally choose a port for the host server to run on, but in most cases you wont need to change this.
Now just click the “Start” button and your host server is ready to go!

XConnecting workers

To connect a worker to your host server, open another instance of Minecraft (running Meteor) and join the world/server you wish for your workers to run on.
Next, make sure the Swarm module is enabled, open the settings page from the GUI and select “Worker” from the mode setting.
Now enter the ip and port that the host server is running on, in most cases these can be left default, unless you changed the port your server is running on or the host server is not running on the same network as you.
Once you have configured your connection details, click the “Start” button and you should see a message saying you have successfully connected to the host server.
Repeat this for any other worker accounts you want to add to your Swarm session.

XControlling workers

To control workers, just use the .swarm command from the host instance, this will transmit any commands you enter to * *all** of the workers connected to your session.