- Operating System: Linux 20.04
- CPU Architecture: Intel i7-3630qm
- RAM: 8Gb
- Storage: 240Gb (node+system) + 480Gb (plott-storage)
- Plot Size: 449Gb
- Subspace Deployment Method: Building a binary from the repository. Version 0.5.0-alpha
When you synchronize a plott above a certain size, the rewards stop being calculated. In particular, on this computer, the plott was synced to about 210GB out of a possible 449GB. Up to about 200GB, the rewards were added. Everything is fine in the logs - node synchronization is going on and plott sectors are being generated.
On neighboring computers, the awards are still accruing, but as the size of the plott increases, the accrual rate drops. So, on e3-1280v5/16Gb and synced about 360Gb of 1900Gb, Ryzen 9 5950x/128Gb, synced 1.1Tb of 44.4Tb, the award is accrued, but by the feeling, they are waiting for the fate of the first computer.
- Look in the log
- See no reward
- Write to the forum
Receive a reward in proportion to the synchronized plot, rather than wondering at what volume the reward will cease to accrue
I don’t get my reward, I suffer, I cry, I scream loudly, I scare the homeless, I start acting inappropriately, I set the house on fire, I kick computers, I cut Internet lines with scissors. Then I change into a penguin and start running down the street, waving my wings in a panic.
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