Delete Failed - Audit Score goes up and down

since today i have some problems whit my Node.
The All Audit Score goes Up and Down.


“totalCount”: 81,
“successCount”: 81,
“alpha”: 19.701897492350486,
“beta”: 0,
“score”: 1
“totalCount”: 205,
“successCount”: 204,
“alpha”: 19.735964566920156,
“beta”: 0.263520094465742,
“score”: 0.9868236557627639
“totalCount”: 450,
“successCount”: 448,
“alpha”: 18.903788513745198,
“beta”: 1.0962114844585007,
“score”: 0.9451894257721521
“totalCount”: 454,
“successCount”: 454,
“alpha”: 19.999999998536897,
“beta”: 0,
“score”: 1
“totalCount”: 249,
“successCount”: 247,
“alpha”: 19.335850886207407,
“beta”: 0.6640951712618238,
“score”: 0.9667951518792317

Is see in the Logs sometimes this error. But its hard to find them whit all of the Upload Failed spam

2020-02-15T10:34:00.097Z ERROR piecestore delete failed {"Satellite ID": "12EayRS2V1kEsWESU9QMRseFhdxYxKicsiFmxrsLZHeLUtdps3S", "Piece ID": "3CIOV6LZYXVERD3ZJH3CR4QKJLKM3AZGSZKR6L45GIWPTNG5N4YQ", "error": "pieces error: context canceled; v0pieceinfodb error: context canceled", "errorVerbose": "pieces error: context canceled; v0pieceinfodb error: context canceled\n\*Store).Delete:289\n\*Endpoint).DeletePieces:188\n\\n\*Server).doHandle:175\n\*Server).HandleRPC:153\n\*Server).ServeOne:114\n\*Server).Serve.func2:147\n\*Tracker).track:51"}

This is normal.

Are you running your node using Windows GUI ?

No on Linux (Raspbian)

Theres alot of nodes competing with the low amount of data being sent, which equals alot more failed and the fact 118 satellite will be shutting down which was 97% of the data coming into our nodes.

But why my Audits move up and down now?
Its since two days, before everytime 100%

The reason is because if you are failing audits the score is going to drop, if you look at the amount of successful vs total count, Which isnt the same as when you receive uploads to your node just means you werent fast enough, so you get context canceled.

Failed audits is a totally different issue. No one can really tell you why your failing audits it could be your hardware, how its connected maybe failing hardware etc. Could be missing files that didn’t get uploaded or you had a power outage or lost internet while getting an audit.

Yeah i had a power outage, because i move the node to a other place. Thats the reason?
And will it be all at 100% after time?

Well you will gain over time but I dont know if it will be 100% ever again since you failed audits.

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piecestore delete failed is a bit unexpected to see though. I always thought it’s that type of operation that doesn’t require my node to complete with others.

Though I can see the reason to cancel if e.g. all remaining pieces are not sufficient to reconstruct the original file.

it’s a little bit different error. You node can’t perform a delete fast enough before the timeout.
How is your storage connected to the Raspberry?

I use the USB Ports.
But the thing is, all of that is only since the last two days. The Node runs now for over 4 weeks.