This may seem like a rather obvious question, but how significantly does the amount of disk space given to the network effect how much egress data your node experiences? I won’t pretend to understand how the network works at its core, but my line of thinking is:
If there’s more data on your node, then there’s more data that can be downloaded from your node at any given time
meaning that, if you have more disk space, your node is going to experience more egress data. Is this a valid evaluation of how the network (sort of) operates? For the sake of understanding, assume bandwidth is not an issue (gigabit connection?).
I’d appreciate any insight here, thanks!