Mine is 28GB and 33GB, just wnat to know whats Your egress please type here, is it same, or im doing something wrong adter january where that was much higher. thanks.
February 2020 (Version: 8.1.1) [snapshot: 2020-02-27 15:02:24Z] TYPE DISK BANDWIDTH PAYOUT Upload Ingress 728.88 GB -not paid- Upload Repair Ingress 35.51 GB -not paid- Download Egress 299.64 GB 5.99 USD Download Repair Egress 166.46 GB 1.66 USD Download Audit Egress 6.50 MB 0.00 USD Disk Current Storage 4.70 TB -not paid- Disk Average Month Storage 4.30 TBm 6.45 USD Disk Usage Storage 2.99 PBh -not paid- _______________________________________________________________________________+ Total 4.30 TBm 1.23 TB 14.10 USD
second node on same IP
it’s a fraction of what it was in January when the Stephan Benton satellite was doing massive download testing.
Node 1 Egress: 146 GB (Node 58% full)
Node 2 Egress: 295 GB (Node 97% full)
Total Egress: 441 GB
how do You do that, i guess there is some kind of algorithm, who sucks data from which its hasnt been sucked in january, coz i got some good 400-1TB in january, no its not even a 100GB, my nodes are few months old and each got around 1 TB full and i got like few GB, not even close to 200 or 400 like u guys
What is your Upload Success Rate?
i dont know how to check that in Windows 10, forgot the commands in powershell it was, rght?, but 25GB egress node got 98,5% uptime and 100% Audit check
it does not work,
i did according to insruction, but i found command there is wrong, should be:
.\successrate.ps1 -Path “@env:ProgramFiles/Storj/Storage Node/storagenode.log”
not as stated there:
.\successrate.ps1 -Path x:\storagenode\node.log
im waiting for the result as it can take some minutes, as he calculating
result is for february downlaod success rate 90.58
upload success rate: 44.76
yea i dont like that upload rate, never got that bad, only since they messed something with that space available, i got problems since then.
for january uplaod success rate on the same computer parameteres are:
i would say its constanlty a problem with small space left, they said they gonna fix it now. First symptoms of that from when they started to fixing it shows in log that new “Available Bandwitdth” records, that wasnt present before. I measured upload rate from this point only now, its from half of february, its 50.91 so they didnt fixed problems with full nodes yet
this node got 545GB egress in january with 64.98 upload rate, now it got 25GB, with 44.76.
let me show You what i think is a problem, on this piece of log from only today, You can see how “Available Bandwitdth” from legit number, comes to some minuses, and then it recovers, and then after some minutes it falls into minuses and errors again, and its continous circle: https://pastebin.com/embed_js/8Q6yCHAB
rock64 node. 2.0 TB used of 3.3 TB available.
Try this. With ( " )!
.\successrate.ps1 -Path “C:\Program Files\Storj\Storage Node\storagenode.log”
It has alot to do with hardware and also location if your closer to the person downloading from your node more chances your going to be successful.
Problem with your script is, that in your command are empty spaces.
Between “Program” and “Files” as well between “Storage” and “Node”:
.\successrate.ps1 -Path C:\Program Files\Storj\Storage Node\storagenode.log
Had the same issue so relocated the node.log on a path without spaces:
“.\successrate.ps1 -Path “@env:ProgramFiles/Storj/Storage Node/storagenode.log””
but keep in minde that its better to coppy logs only for 1 month, coz few monts can be too much to calculate and the pc will get bluescreen and restart like mine, it works only with log file for 1 month to me.
Anyone else with bad egress this month? my node is around 1TB space and like 4GB space left at the moment. egress daily is 1,5 -3GB, not even close tho those guys who posted up.
195GB egress, just over 1.4TB stored.
171GB egress, 1.58TB stored.