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swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <acud> so, if you're a full node you are expected to have certain chunks thus you are asked for certain chunks
[mattermost] <acud> if your node is on a laptop that you do not intend to keep connected - this will probably do more harm than good
[mattermost] <acud> due to the fact that the syncing would be intermittent, causing just some of the data to get to your machine
wschwab
@wschwab
desktop, connected ~99% of the time.
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <acud> while other nodes would be constantly asking
[mattermost] <acud> cool, then full node is definitely doable
wschwab
@wschwab
Do you think the ENS guys would have any insight about my ENS woes, or is it too deep in the Swarm stack?
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <acud> definitely
[mattermost] <acud> you should at least try
[mattermost] <acud> they should be able to point you out on how to test ENS from the console
[mattermost] <acud> once you can isolate that ENS is working - let me know
wschwab
@wschwab
Cool. On it. (Already switched node back to full.)
wschwab
@wschwab
I'm not getting a clear answer, but one issue may be that I synced the chain using --syncmode fast, so I don't have all the old states.
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <lash> @agazso merged: ethersphere/swarm#1959 ahora puedes disfrutar los actualiziones directamentes de los feeds
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <agazso> @lash wow, that was quick
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
@wschwab we gave you a clear answer in the ENS channel. It has nothing to do with fast sync. Fast sync works with ENS. It has to do with the fact that your node is not completely synced.
wschwab
@wschwab
@rfikki I'm not trying to disrespect the answers, but no one spelled out what aspect of the sync needs to be current. I mentioned there too that my headers are synced, and I was trying to figure out if I'm looking at a buggy sync, or if this is proper behavior. From your answers I assume that the node is syncing properly, and that headers aren't enough, but that the fast sync will keep on pulling old state, and will eventually sync everything.
If some of my assumptions are incorrect (some usually are), please do set me straight. In any event, that's what I meant by unclear.
wschwab
@wschwab
Bit of a moot point now anyway:
{
  currentBlock: 8967360,
  highestBlock: 8967468,
  knownStates: 75807828,
  pulledStates: 75807827,
  startingBlock: 8961322
}
Come to think of it, that still isn't false, so I guess I am still syncing state.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
@wschwab are you using an SSD drive?
wschwab
@wschwab
Yes. External 150 MB/s.
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Are you checking your disk space? How full is the disk? See: https://etherscan.io/chart2/chaindatasizefast
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
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wschwab
@wschwab
@rfikki Last I checked it was about 175 GB, but I'm pulling it up again.
Whoops, bit of a mistake. I forgot that I had started a resync. I'm only at ~ 151 GB right now.
The link ends monitoring in Feb, then was ~130. I'm pretty sure my last sync was clocking in over 170.
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab

[mattermost] <acud> Hi everyone! We've tagged and built Swarm v0.5.3 today!
The public gateways have been updated and so have the bootnodes.
This release brings a lot of bug fixes and improvements to the Swarm codebase. Please note that this release has a data migration and you are required to sit tight and wait for it to finish when you start the node. It is pertinent that you do not restart the node during that time. If you're seeing data migration errors - this means your data directory is probably in a corrupt state and in that case and you're willing to help - we'd kindly ask you to send it over to us.

We've already flushed into the wild an IO bottleneck and we will be working on fixing this tomorrow, so if you see high io&mem-usage after upgrading please know that this is already known and taken care of. Running your Swarm node as a light node with --lightnode should put you in the clear for now.

An extended changelog can be seen here: https://github.com/ethersphere/swarm/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

A. F. Dudley
@AFDudley
Hi folks, is rent being paid for data on swarm? Can I make money serving swarm data?
Nick Savers
@nicksavers
@AFDudley that's the plan, but the state channel protocol for that isn't integrated yet.
Eth-Gitter-Bridge
@Eth-Gitter-Bridge
<Aron Fischer> Hi guys. I like the new swarm-gateways.net landing page.
Just a small note: the URL at the bottom reads "theswarm.eth" instead of "swarm.eth".
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <janos> Hi Aron, thanks. Yes, we missed that. I am glad that you are still checking swarm changes :)
Eth-Gitter-Bridge
@Eth-Gitter-Bridge
<Aron Fischer> I am.
And I am still running my own node too. Always up tp date 🙂
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <janos> Good to hear :D
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <racnela> Hi all. @holisticode is this an accurate description of pss? https://our.status.im/whisper-pss-comparison/
[mattermost] <racnela> In particular the following: “PSS wraps whisper and adds the swarm routing protocol to add deteministic routing. With PSS, routing is done along the kademlia path up to the partial address that was supplied - then gossip takes over.”
[mattermost] <lash> @racnela no not anymore. PSS does not use Whisper now.
[mattermost] <lash> The rest is correct.
[mattermost] <racnela> Thank you
Floeth
@Floeth
If the public gateway will no longer be available, are we forced to always run a swarmnode onto our system? How does this scale towards IoT applications using for example ESP32?
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <janos> Hi, the public gateway consists of a number of nodes, but they are just one part of the swarm network. Other user nodes are functioning and they should provide some level of redundancy. If you can, it would be great if you could contribute to the swarm network by running more nodes. It is also possible to use pinning on the nodes that you control to ensure that files are available.
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <aron> theswarm.eth in the address bar and under the logo.
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <janos> Hi Aron, we still did not release the change ethersphere/swarm#2001, but it is merged to master.
Nikola Jokic
@njokic_twitter
Hi! As a learning practice i am toying with https://github.com/ethereumjs/ethereumjs-devp2p. I successfully connected with a local swarm node and started to collect peers in the dpt provided by ethereumjs-devp2p. I am now playing with getting a rlpx connection. I am struggling to find more details on the swarm rlpx protocol. Interested especially in information regarding rlpx message codes, protocol name, version and length. Can anybody point me into right direction, either by linking relevant swarm go source code, or share some kind of document specifying swarm rlpx protocol in more detail? Thanks in advance
Andrew
@vtbradle_twitter
Is it possible to host a simple html based site using recursive up? I feel like i’m doing it right but it’s not working
swarm —defaultpath simplesite/index.html —recursive up “c:/simplesite”
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <agazso> Hi Andrew, it is possible and you seem to be doing it right, however I never tried on windows. Maybe it has to do something with it?
[mattermost] <agazso> what are you getting when you fetch the manifest? e.g. curl http://localhost:8500/bzz-raw:/<hash-returned-by-swarm-command>
swarm team
@ethswarm_gitlab
[mattermost] <janos> nemanjaz added to the channel by janos.