i got 2 tiny ones that barely counts and they are all on the same subnet, so basically on node anyways.
so cannot really compare how it behaves when i don’t have two nodes created on the same time, on the same subnet, thats what i mean… and when i start running multiple nodes… more subnet because right now i’m basically just one.
100TB is unreachable unless if deletion pr month would be like sub 1% and ingress is larger than 1TB
if we can hit 30TB we might be lucky at present, ofc this will be a moving goal line.
depending on customer behavior and storj labs ofc.
vetting nodes still takes from the total ingress of a subnet
yeah ingress have been rather dead lately, so starting new nodes right now is a rather inopportune time, as you might also have seen during the townhall, we had gone from 600 or whatever nodes up to like 4000…
so essentially test data is dead, the network is growing at a pace where storj most likely doesn’t have the ability or capital to pump into it anymore to artificially inflate nodes.
been kinda stuck on one subnet because i refuse to setup anything less than perfect
with a foreign storagenode…
one weird thing about my tiny new nodes, is that the 3rd one or 2nd one of the new ones, doesn’t seem to have completed vetting now some 2 months later… for some reason it is getting less ingress than the others even tho, it’s like 2 months now, but i guess with 4 nodes on a subnet that kind of stuff goes slow… even if people seem to say it doesn’t…
should have looked into that, but haven’t bothered because i’ve been trying to get my former new ISP to cooperate, but that was a bust… so going to get a 3rd one on monday, or atleast initiate talks to figure out if they will actually do what the others claimed they would before i actually signed up and they just basically didn’t care until after nearly 14 days of trying to get them to do what they promised, they finally let me up the support level so somebody was not drooling into their keyboards enough that they could define if they wanted to sell the solution to me or not.
which then would cost me hundreds of dollars just for the connection… the same connection…
so now the goal is to bother them enough to make them give me my money back for the connection i never used, doubt that will happen… but i can try i do have my mastery to rely on…
and the funny part of the story is that my other choice of ISP will actually do the setup i wanted, cheaper than the first one… and only reason i saw the others as a possible solution was because i doubted a big company would bother doing that setup for a consumer, and when i called the others they said it wasn’t a problem.
but yeah it sure does look like we might be in for a long haul while we compete with the semi enterprise setups… tardigrade got popular, now many people are running nodes, some won’t persist.
atleast it’s most likely good for the customers so there is that