What is the real maximum HDD space for one node with any tricks is possible? I mean over 24Tb. It is too low space for restart and begin all from zero.
I am confused, you said your goodbye…
I go offline from Storj forever. And I need to inform why. Let the people think.
I try to use 4TB HDD for 48 hours. A get $0.02 for this time and this sum was held. So in this case I ask myself why I do it? Where is my profit yet? A only one correct answer I found for myself sounds: stop and never again.
From the other side, the reason why I may be left in Storj project is this rules:
No held amount and I get payouts every month.
Stable traffic and storage fill faster.
What can I answer to you?.. Never say “never”.
He felt in love with the project.
My understanding is there’s not a theoretical maximum, but there is a practical maximum that’s primary limited by how many customers are using Storj. I have 75TB allocated (pretty much all the space on my NAS I’m not using any time soon), and it’s filling up at a rate of between 20 to 45GB per day at the moment. I believe someone on the forums calculated the current
practiical limit as somewhere in the region of 20TB, but that’d still take a long time to fill.
There is no limit in the storagenode’s code.
There is an equilibrium point between ingress and deletes, which is dynamic.
The theoretical limit with current values is about 88TB. You can easily see it by just filling in a high value like 1000TB. It’ll display a warning and show the 88TB under max potential as well. However, this month has had ingress double. If things remain like that, node filling speed is doubled and the max potential is as well. It’s less useful these days to think of the theoretical limit, but more useful to just look at the 10 predicted years to get an idea of how long it will take to fill up …
This month i think i reached my maximum. Even the total daily ingress for all my nodes is about 200Gb, my total stored data stays at 30Tb.