How to set miner threads outside geth console?

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Every time I have to set miner threads, I do it inside the geth console using the following command:

miner.start(1)

Is there a way to set miner threads outside geth console?

Jan 9 in Blockchain by slayer
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Yes, you can set the miner threads outside geth console on command prompt by using it as an argument for geth

$ geth <usual-flags> --mine --minerthreads=1 

answered Jan 9 by Omkar
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