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[mattermost] <racnela> It looks like several projects are suffering/waiting for swarm .. https://blog.colony.io/decentralized-without-compromise/
Ouch, that is not pleasant to read, but a good sanity check.
cannot retrieve chunk, dropped peers, and
batch already requested. My first thought is that it might be because I'm not completely synced - I'm about 75 blocks behind, last I checked (but I have what I suspect is all the state for those blocks). Is this the problem?
Hey all, I'm trying out a Swarm node (again), and I see that it's eating a bunch of resources - CPU seems to bounce between 10-50% (i7 7th gen), and memory hovering around 50% (on a 32 GB RAM machine). Is this to be expected?
I'm trying again again now, now with an internal SSD. Insane memory consumption seems to have gone away, so maybe it was something about using an external drive (or something with my drive specifically). CPU usage seems to hover around 20-40%., though I suspect this is the initial sync @agazso was talking about. I've seen this before, but I did want to ask about it again. My whole output right now is warnings like:
WARN [03-13|11:32:50.637] message handler: (msg code 1): netstore.Get can not retrieve chunk for ref 2051a8e4f859e04665c8f1524d855ebb38be4be306bd6b3b919e3e19bea09905: no suitable peer
swarm upon my computer and then
swarm down bzz:/<hash>on another one. All I get is a Manifest not found error. I guess the file si not being uploaded to the network. Any advice on how to achieve this? Thanks.
geth attach bzzd.ipc
admin.peersand it will print your connected peers
unstoppabledomains.com runs on top of ethereum/swarm, right?
they say the following in their FAQ:
How will I be able to view a blockchain website?
You will need to use a mirroring service, a browser extension or a browser that supports blockchain domains.
is there any public mirroring service?